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                               Pre-Conference Courses:   Conference & Exhibition:
                               December 4–5, 2005        December 6–8, 2005
     Attracting more than 16,000 attendees from 76 countries                                 In just three days, you’ll benefit from:
     and 1,100 exhibitors, POWER-GEN International is                                        • An attendance of more than 16,000 industry professionals
     the world’s largest power industry venue for education,                                      from 76 countries
     information exchange and buying and selling activity.
                                                                                             • The industry’s most respected industry speakers
     Get the answers you need to tomorrow’s questions. Now                                   • The world’s largest industry exhibit floor featuring more than
     in its 18th year, POWER-GEN International attracts the                                       1,100 companies
     sharpest minds in the industry, committed to sharing
     valuable knowledge and cutting-edge ideas. Rated the                                    • Keynote Session
     industry’s #1 event and named one of the Top 50 fastest
     growing events in the U.S. by Tradeshow Week magazine,                                  • More than 200 presentations in 14 tracks of educational
     no other event provides more opportunities to network with                                   conference sessions on the most up to date topics
     the experts and meet with the companies impacting the                                   • 16 Competitive Power College courses
     future of the industry.
                                                                                             • Outstanding networking events, including the
     Who should attend:                                                                           new Power Engineering Networking Reception,
                                                                                                  Networking Roundtable Breakfasts and more
     • Electric utilities
     • Independent power producers                                                           • Golf tournament
     • Unregulated generation subsidiaries                                                   • Complete conference proceedings on CD-ROM
     • Merchant plants
     • Cogenerators and self generators                                                      • Standing room only Mega-Sessions
     • Industrial facilities                                                                 • Technical tours
     • Project development companies                                                         • Global Business Center, sponsored by the USDOC
     • Architect/engineering firms
     • Financial/legal firms                                                                  • Co-located events, including the Gas Turbine Users
                                                                                                   Symposium and the HRSG Users Group
     • OEMs                                                                                        Steam-Plant Workshop and more

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     • And more
                                                                                             • And more


                                                              Early Bird Registration Deadline is October 21, 2005!
                                                                                        SAVE TIME by registering online at www.power-gen.com.




      Table of Contents

      POWER-GEN International Fast Facts .................................. 2                Golf Tournament .............................................................. 19
      Contact Information ............................................................ 3     Car Giveaway ............................................................20-21
      Schedule At-A-Glance .....................................................4-5          Exhibit Floor Giveaway..................................................... 21
      Sponsors/Associations ....................................................... 6        Conference Grid .........................................................22-23
      USDOC International Buyer Program ................................... 7                Competitive Power College ..........................................24-37
      POWER-GEN International 2005 Committee .....................8-9                        Conference Session Details ..........................................38-57
      Keynote Session ..........................................................10-11        Co-located Events ........................................................58-64
      Mega Sessions ............................................................12-13        Exhibiting Information .................................................66-67
      Energy Provider Program .................................................. 14          Exhibit Floor ...............................................................68-69
      Networking Opportunities ................................................. 15          2005 Exhibitor List ......................................................70-86
      Networking Breakfasts .................................................16-17           Hotel Registration Form..................................................... 87
      Technical Tour .................................................................. 18   Registration Form ........................................................88-89
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        FAST FACTS                                                                                                                                                                                CONTACTS

    Sands Expo is adjacent to the POWER-GEN International host         Pre-Registration Benefits                                             Bob Lewis
    hotel, Venetian Resort – they are connected through the casino     Show management encourages all attendees to take advantage           Exhibit & Sponsorship Sales - East
    level conference rooms. For complete information on                of the added benefits of registering early by utilizing either the    E-mail: pgiexhibit@pennwell.com
    booking hotel rooms at the host hotel or another official hotel     registration form included in this brochure or the online form       Direct Phone: +1-918-832-9225
    in the POWER-GEN International discounted hotel block,             at www.power-gen.com. All registrations received from US             Fax: +1-918-831-9875
    please visit www.power-gen.com.                                    residents by November 16th will receive their badge packet in        AL, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, IN, KY, MA, MD, ME, MI, MS, NC, NH,
                                                                                                                                            NJ, NY, OH, PA, RI, SC, TN, VA, VT, WV, Canada and Europe
                                                                       the mail. If you register after the cut-off or do not receive your
    Registration Information
                                                                       packet in the mail, please proceed to On-Site Registration.
    New for 2005 – Real Time Online Registration                                                                                            Amy Bailie
    The POWER-GEN International registration department has            Registration Discount Cut-Off Date*        October 21, 2005          Exhibit & Sponsorship Sales - West
    transitioned to Real Time Online Registration submissions,         Registration Packet Mailing                November 16, 2005         E-mail: pgiexhibit@pennwell.com
    which means that all online registrations submitted through the    Last Day to Pre-Register                   November 29, 2005         Direct Phone: +1-918-831-9859
    POWER-GEN International website www.power-gen.com will                                                                                  Fax: +1-918-831-9875
                                                                       * To qualify for the Registration Discounts, you must register AND
    be processed and charged in real-time.                                                                                                  AR, AZ, CA, CO, IA, ID, IL, KS, LA, MO, MN, MT, NE, ND, NM,
                                                                       pay in full by the deadline date.                                    OK, OR, SD, TX, UT, WA, WI, WY, HI, Mexico, Caribbean,
    Complete instructions on how to set-up your account and                                                                                 South/Central Asia, Australia
                                                                       Corporate Conference Registration Packages are
    establish your password are posted on the website. Please
                                                                       available for                                                        Lisa Gasaway
    click on the Registration Information page located on the Left
                                                                       companies / organizations that want to send a group of               Event Operations Manager
    Hand Navigational bar prior to beginning the Online
                                                                       representatives at a discount. Packages are available in blocks      E-mail: pgievent@pennwell.com
    Registration process.
                                                                       of five (5). For more information, please contact Lisa Gasaway        Direct Phone: +1-918-832-9245
    For questions, please contact the registration department at       at pgievent@pennwell.com or +1-918-832-9245.
                                                                                                                                            Fax: +1-918-831-9729
    +1-918-831-9160, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. CST.
                                                                       Energy Provider Conference Registration Program
    Registration Types                                                 is a deeply discounted registration program for energy provid-       Judy Tarpley
    Conference Delegate                                                ers / utilities. For more information, please contact Brian          Conference Manager
    • Access to all Conference Sessions including the Mega-Sessions    Schimmoller at brians@pennwell.com or +1-918-831-9866.               E-mail: pgiconference@pennwell.com
    • Access to the Exhibition Hall, including the floor reception                                                                           Direct Phone: +1-918-831-9560
                                                                       Press Registration is available for all members of the press         Fax: +1-918-831-9875
    • Access to Opening Keynote
                                                                       with prior approval from show management. Please
    • Luncheon on Tuesday & Wednesday in the Exhibit Hall              submit all requests to Conference Manager, Judy Tarpley,
        Café Area
                                                                                                                                            Jan Simpson
                                                                       direct: +1-918-831-9560; fax: +1-918-831-9875; e-mail:               Conference Specialist
    • One (1) copy of the conference proceedings on CD-ROM             pgiconference@pennwell.com.                                          E-mail: pgiconference@pennwell.com
    Exhibit Only                                                       Attention International Attendees: The U.S. State                    Direct Phone: +1-918-831-9736
    • Access to the Exhibition Hall, including the floor reception      Department rules regarding visas have tightened up. Not every        Fax: +1-918-831-9875
    • Access to Opening Keynote                                        foreign visitor is required to obtain a visa to enter the U.S.,
                                                                       however, it is                                                       Wendy Lissau
    Co-Located Conferences
                                                                       important to note that visitors from some countries that did not     Director of Marketing
    ASME’s IGTI Gas Turbine User’s Symposium and HRSG Users
                                                                       need a visa prior to September 11, 2001 may need one now.            E-mail: wendyl@pennwell.com
    Group Steam-Plant Workshop are both co-located at POWER-
                                                                       Please check with the U.S. Embassy in your area to confirm            Direct Phone: +1-918-832-9391
    GEN International and are a separate registration. Attendees
    of these conferences also have access to the POWER-GEN             whether or not you are required to obtain a visa.                    Fax: +1-918-831-9875
    International exhibition floor and exhibit floor giveaway. For       If the U.S. State Department requires you to apply for a visa,
    complete information, visit www.power-gen.com and click on
                                                                                                                                            Brian Schimmoller
                                                                       please allow at least 60 days prior to the beginning of              Managing Editor, Power Engineering magazine
    the corresponding choice on the left hand navigational bar.        POWER-GEN International 2005 to visit the U.S. Embassy               Conference Program Committee Chair
    Attendees of both co-located conferences have the option of        in your country to begin the application process. Before             E-mail: brians@pennwell.com
    upgrading their conference registration to include the POWER-      visiting the U.S. Embassy, you will need a letter of invitation to   Direct Phone: +1-918-831-9866
    GEN International conference for an additional $200.00. This       attend POWER-GEN International 2005, which show
                                                                                                                                            Fax: +1-918-831-9875
    upgrade allows attendees to gain access to all POWER-GEN           management can provide. To receive this letter, please forward
    International conference sessions and Mega Sessions as well        your name, title, company, mailing address, and email address        Registration Department
    as a copy of the conference proceedings on CD-ROM. To take         to pgiconference@pennwell.com or Judy Tarpley, Conference
                                                                                                                                            Web: www.power-gen.com
    advantage of this option, please register for the upgrade during   Manager, POWER-GEN International, 1421 S. Sheridan, Tulsa,
                                                                                                                                            Direct Phone: +1-918-831-9160
    the online registration process.                                   OK 74112 USA.
                                                                                                                                            Toll-free: +1-888-299-8057
    This upgrade privilege is also available to POWER-GEN              For more information regarding the visa process, please refer        Fax: +1-918-831-9161
    International conference attendees who wish to gain access to      to the Detailed Visa Information page that is posted on the          Toll-free Fax: +1-888-299-8057
    either co-located conferences. The fee is $200.00 and can be       POWER-GEN International website under the Registration
       done during the online registration process.                    Information category.


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         SCHEDULE AT-A-GLANCE


    Saturday, December 3, 2005                                                                                                                        Wednesday, December 7, 2005
    General Registration ........................................................................................................ 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM   General Registration ....................................................................................................... 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
                                                                                                                                                      Shuttle Service (Every 15 Min.) ......................................................................................6:30 AM – 10:30 AM
    Sunday, December 4, 2005                                                                                                                                          (Every 30 Min.) ...................................................................................... 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM
    General Registration ....................................................................................................... 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM                    (Every 15 Min.) ......................................................................................... 2:00 PM – 7:00 PM
                                                                                                                                                      Exhibit Hall OPEN .......................................................................................................... 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
    Conference Information Desk .......................................................................................... 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
    PGI Competitive Power College (CPC) Pre-Conference Workshops ..................................... 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM                              Networking Breakfast .....................................................................................................7:30 AM – 9:00 AM
                                                                                                                                                      Media Room / Press Conference Room ............................................................................ 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
    Monday, December 5, 2005                                                                                                                          USDOC Global Business Center ...................................................................................... 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
    General Registration ....................................................................................................... 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM    NEW!! Power Engineering Networking Reception at Tao Asian Bistro.................................. 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
    Shuttle Service (Every 30 Minutes) .................................................................................6:30 AM – 10:00 AM
                    (Every 30 Minutes) ................................................................................... 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM          Conference Information Desk .......................................................................................... 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
                                                                                                                                                      Speaker Ready Room ..................................................................................................... 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
    Annual Golf Tournament ................................................................................................. 7:15 AM – 2:00 PM        HRSG Conference Session ............................................................................................ 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
    Technical Tour – APEX Generating Station & Silverhawk Power Plant ................................ 7:30 AM – 12:00 PM                             PGI & GTUS Conference Sessions ..................................................................................9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
    Technical Tour – Hoover Dam AM .................................................................................. 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM              PGI, HRSG & GTUS Delegate Luncheon ......................................................................... 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
    Technical Tour – Hoover Dam PM ..................................................................................... 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM            PGI & GTUS Conference Sessions ..................................................................................... 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
                                                                                                                                                      HRSG Conference Session ............................................................................................... 1:30 PM – 4:30 PM
    Conference Information Desk .......................................................................................... 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
    PGI Competitive Power College (CPC) Pre-Conference Workshops ..................................... 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM                              Thursday, December 8, 2005
    GTUS Pre-Conference Workshops ................................................................................... 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM               General Registration ....................................................................................................... 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM
    Speaker Ready Room ...................................................................................................... 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM       Shuttle Service (Every 30 Min.) ........................................................................................ 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
    CPC Attendee Reception (included in CPC course registration fee) ....................................... 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM                        Exhibit Hall OPEN .......................................................................................................... 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
                                                                                                                                                         ** Passports Due to PennWell Booth #667 .................................................................................... 1:00 PM
    Tuesday, December 6, 2005                                                                                                                            ** Car Giveaway Drawing .......................................................................................................... 1:30 PM
    General Registration ....................................................................................................... 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
    Shuttle Service (Every 15 Min.) ......................................................................................6:30 AM – 10:30 AM          Networking Breakfast .....................................................................................................7:30 AM – 9:00 AM
                    (Every 30 Min.) ...................................................................................... 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM         USDOC Global Business Center ...................................................................................... 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
                    (Every 15 Min.) ........................................................................................ 2:00 PM – 7:00 PM
    Exhibit Hall OPEN ........................................................................................................ 10:30 AM – 6:00 PM     Conference Information Desk ........................................................................................8:00 AM – 11:00 AM
                                                                                                                                                      Speaker Ready Room ...................................................................................................8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
    PGI Opening Keynote Session .......................................................................................8:30 AM – 10:00 AM             PGI Conference Mega Sessions .....................................................................................9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
    USDOC Global Business Center .................................................................................... 10:30 AM – 6:00 PM              GTUS Conference Sessions ...........................................................................................9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
    Media Room / Press Conference Room .......................................................................... 10:30 AM – 5:00 PM
    Power Engineering Exhibit Floor Reception ........................................................................ 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

    Conference Information Desk .......................................................................................... 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
    Speaker Ready Room ..................................................................................................... 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
    HRSG Conference Session ............................................................................................ 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
    PGI, HRSG & GTUS Delegate Luncheon ......................................................................... 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
    PGI & GTUS Conference Sessions ..................................................................................... 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
    HRSG Conference Session ............................................................................................... 1:30 PM – 4:30 PM




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         SPONSORS                                                                                                                         USDOC INTERNATIONAL BUYER PROGRAM

     POWER-GEN International would like to thank the following sponsors for their generous                                                   INTERNATIONAL BUYER PROGRAM:
     and continuing support of the POWER-GEN International program.                                                                          POWER-GEN International has been chosen once again by the U.S. Department of
                                                                                                                                             Commerce to participate in its International Buyer Program (IBP) in 2005, further
                                                                                                                                             emphasizing POWER-GEN’s importance to the global electric power industry.
                                                                                                                                            The International Buyer Program is a joint U.S. government-industry effort designed
                                                                                                                                            to match U.S. companies with international buyers at domestic trade shows, build
                                                                                                                                            business partnerships and sell U.S products and services to international markets.
      Package Sponsors                                                                                                                      By recruiting overseas delegations to attend POWER-GEN International, this
                                                                                                                  program facilitates matchmaking business opportunities between U.S. exhibitors and international buyers.

                                                                                                                  USDOC GLOBAL BUSINESS CENTER
                                                                                                                  As part of the International Buyer Program, a USDOC Global Business Center will be located on-site at
                                                                                                                  POWER-GEN International. The following services will be available for international delegates and exhibitors
                                                                                                                  interested in establishing international business relationships:
           - Aisle Signs -       - Attendee Bag Holders -   - Network Reception -       - Exhibit Manual -
                                                                                                                  • export counseling
    - Conference Proceedings -                                                      - Preliminary Event Guide -   • matchmaking services
                                                                                                                  • one-on-one appointments
                                                                                                                  • export market information
                                                                                                                  • trade lead assistance
                                                                                                                  • translation assistance
                                                                                                                  • conference rooms
                                                                                                                  • business services

                                                                                                                  TRANSLATION SERVICES
          - Shuttle Service -          - Conference Notepads & Pens -          - Attendee Bags -                  Translation assistance will be provided in French, German, Spanish, Arabic and Mandarin Chinese. Interpreters
                                                                                                                  will be located in the USDOC Global Business Center.
                                                                                                                  Participants of international delegations receive the following:
                                                                                                                  • Complimentary admission to the exhibit floor
      Car and Golf Sponsors                                                                                       • 50 percent discount on registration fees for conference sessions
                                                                                                                  • Informal briefing at show (upon request)
      Expansion Joint Systems                         North American Energy Services                              • Power Engineering Networking Reception (free admission)
      Sulzer Hickham                                  Magellan Aerospace Corp.                                    • Access to the USDOC Global Business Center, offering meeting rooms (staffed by USDOC personnel to provide
      Engineering & Inspection Unlimited              Brandenburg Industrial Service Company                        assistance), translators, telephones, fax machines, photocopier as well as a lounge area with refreshments
      Haldor Topsoe                                   Champion Elevators                                          • Complimentary hotel room (up to three nights) for embassy delegation leaders heading a delegation of at
      Heatrex                                         Guascor Inc.                                                   least 15 international buyers, excluding spouses, family members or guests
      The Atlantic Group                              Midwest Industrial Supply
      General Physics                                 Graycor                                                     FOR INFORMATION ABOUT PARTICIPATING IN THIS PROGRAM, E-MAIL ANDREA
      Bechtel Power                                   Testo                                                       FLAHERTY AT ANDREAF@PENNWELL.COM.
      CD-adapco                                       Burgmann Industries                                         SHOWTIME PROGRAM:
      Sentry Equipment Co.                            Wood Group Gas Turbine Services
      Louisiana Chemical Dismantling Co. Inc.         American Efficiency Services                                 As an added feature of the International Buyer Program, one-on-one appointments with Commercial Service
      Superbolt                                       Nooter Eriksen                                              Power Specialists from around the world will be available for U.S. companies to provide market assessments
      Babcock Power                                                                                               for your company in individual countries. These valuable matchmaking meetings can be pre-arranged to
      Intertek ETL SEMKO                                                                                          take place either in the Global Business Center or in your booth.
      Valvtechnologies Inc                                                                                        For additional information, visit www.power-gen.com.
      Pratt & Whitney Power Systems
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       2005 PROGRAM COMMITTEE                                                                                    Dennie S. Hunt
                                                                                                                 Vice President, Business
                                                                                                                                                   Daniel L. Martin, P.E.
                                                                                                                                                   Sr. Vice President & Manager of      Jeffrey W. Schroeter
                                                                                                                 Development                       Operations                           President
                                                                                                                 Vogt Power International          WorleyParsons                        Genovation Group Inc.

    Bob Smock                           William S. Bulpitt                  James M. Fay                         Ray Kacvinsky                     Gary H. McAuliffe, P.E.              Donald S. Schubert
    Senior Vice President,              Senior Research Engineer            President                            Vice-President - Power            Director, Global Power               Senior Vice President, Global
    Group Publishing Director,          Strategic Energy Initiative/        North Star Energy Group              Generation                        Lockwood Greene                      Power Group
    Global Power Group                  Georgia Tech                                                             Marathon Electric Mfg. Corp.                                           Marsh Inc.
                                                                            Brian K. Glynn                                                         Frank C. Michel
    PennWell Corporation
                                        Rich Chapman                        Vice President                       Sundara Kavidass                  Vice President of Projects           Mark Self
    Brian K. Schimmoller                Vice President                      TurboCare                            Boiler Program Manager            ColectricPartners                    Vice President & General
    Conference Program Chair,           Black & Veatch                                                           Corporate Engineering /                                                Manager, U.S. Turbine
                                                                            Gary J. Griffin, P.E.                                                   Stephen Miner
    POWER-GEN International                                                                                      Exelon Generation                                                      Operations, Equipment & Retrofits
                                                                            Vice President, Business                                               Conference Director
    Managing Editor, Power              Michael Clark                                                                                                                                   ALSTOM Power Inc.
                                                                            Development                          Jalane Kellough                   American Wind Energy
    Engineering magazine                Vice President
                                                                            Titan Contracting & Leasing          Executive Director                Association                          A.K. (Ben) Sharma, M.S.,
    PennWell Corporation                Encorp Inc.
                                                                                                                 Electrical Generating Systems                                          P.E.
                                                                            John Grusha                                                            Harry T. Morehead
    Judy M. Tarpley                     Ronald A. Cochran                                                        Association                                                            Vice President of Power Supply
                                                                            Director, Firing Systems & Product                                     Manager, New Program
    Conference Manager,                 Careba Power Engineers LLC                                                                                                                      Kissimmee Utility Authority
                                                                            Development                          Todd J. Kerschbaum                Development
    POWER-GEN International
                                        Tom Cornell                         Foster Wheeler North America         Vice President, Construction      Siemens Westinghouse Power           Bill Strohecker
    PennWell Corporation
                                        Director - New Generation           Corporation                          SUEZ Energy Generation NA, Inc.   Corporation                          Chief Operating Officer
    Scott Affelt                        Progress Energy                                                                                                                                 Peerless Mfg. Co.
                                                                            Edwin Haddad                         Carlos E. Koeneke                 Ram G. Narula
    Vice President, Sales and
                                        Stephen F. Cowen, P.E.              Vice President                       Technical Support Manager         VP & Manager of Technology           Robert W. Tisone
    Marketing
                                        Director, Business Development      Mobotec USA                          Mitsubishi Power Systems          Bechtel Power Corp.                  President
    Mitsui Babcock
                                        Washington Group International                                                                                                                  Blue Skies Environmental
                                                                            James J. Hagan                       John E. Kraft, P.E.               Robert E. Palmer
    Rick Antos
                                        Joyce Dasch                         Director, Business Development       President                         Mgr. of Marketing &                  Andrew J. Ulavege
    Product Line Marketing Manager
                                        Power Marketing Manager             Michael Baker Corp.                  Caldwell Energy Company           Public Relations                     Sales/Marketing Manager
    Siemens Westinghouse
                                        Emerson Process Management                                                                                 Bechtel Power Corp.                  Enercon Engineering Inc.
                                                                            Teresa Hansen                        George Krakat
    Jeffrey A. Benoit
                                        Charles H. Davis, P.E.              Associate Editor, Power              Manager, Marketing
    Vice President - Combustion                                                                                                                    George Peabody                       Septimus van der Linden
                                        Business Development Director       Engineering magazine                 Communications
    Engineering                                                                                                                                    Director, Power Industry Technical   Brulin Associates, LLC
                                        - Power                             PennWell Corporation                 GE Energy
    Power Systems MFG LLC, A                                                                                                                       Nalco Company
                                        Lockwood Greene                                                                                                                                 David J. Walls
    Calpine Company                                                         Michael E. Harbison                  Leon J. LeBlanc                   Michael E. Rakocy, Jr.
                                        James A. Dickinson                  Regional Coordinator                 Managing Director                                                      Director, Technology Management
    Robert W. Bjorge, Ph.D.                                                                                                                        District Service Manager - Akron
                                        Manager, Boiler Design              The ConTech Group                    Nixon Energy Solutions                                                 and Strategy
    Manager Market Development,                                                                                                                    District                             Navigant Consulting, Inc.
    Power Generation Marketing          Engineering                                                              C. David Livengood, Ph.D.         Babcock & Wilcox
                                                                            John F. Hesterman, P.E.
    Solar Turbines Incorporated         Babcock & Wilcox                                                         Project Manager, Environmental                                         Lyle White
                                                                            Vice President                                                         Doug Riedel, P.E.
                                        Jim Doherty                         Cummins & Barnard, Inc.              Technologies                                                           Client Executive
    Grady Blakley, P.E.                                                                                                                            Vice President-Marketing
                                        Plant Manager, South Point                                               Argonne National Laboratory                                            Black & Veatch
    President & CEO                                                         Gary Hilberg                                                           Burns & McDonnell
    Synergy Global Power Associates,    Energy Center                                                            Dennis Loria
                                                                            Vice President, Global Sales                                           Steven Sabo                          Robert L. Williams, Jr.
    Inc.                                Calpine                                                                  President
                                                                            Turbine Air Systems                                                    Director, Marketing &                Vice President, Sales & Marketing
                                        Lee Doyer                                                                LORIA Consulting/Engineering,                                          Roberts & Schaefer Co.
    Steve Blankinship                                                       John Hoeft                                                             Communications
                                        Vice President, Sales & Marketing                                        LLC
    Associate Editor, Power                                                 Principal/Owner                                                        Babcock Power Inc,
    Engineering magazine                Pennsylvania Crusher Corp.                                                                                                                      Steven M. Zastrow
                                                                            Advanced Marketing Insights                                            Michael J. Salerno
    PennWell Corporation                                                                                         Thomas S. Lubnow, Jr.                                                  Vice President
                                        Richard M. Dunn                     Terrence (Terry) Hoye                Group Leader                      Vice President - Sales &             Tramont
    Donald L. Bonk                      Assistant Vice President            Manager, Commercial Operations       MPR Associates Inc.               Commercial Development,
    Tech Advisor - Solid Fuel Systems   Stone & Webster Management          Pratt & Whitney Power Systems                                          Environmental Control Systems
    National Energy Technology          Consultants                                                                                                Division
    Laboratory                                                                                                                                     ALSTOM Power

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                                                                                                                        Dr. Muhsin Shalash
                                                                                                                        Iraqi Minister of Electricity - Invited
          OPENING KEYNOTE                                                                                               Adding a timely international element to the POWER-GEN International keynote stage this year will
                                                                                                                        be Dr. Muhsin Shalash, the Iraqi Minister of Electricity, who is leading a large delegation from Iraq to
                                                                                                                        POWER-GEN. Minister Shalash will describe the tremendous challenges and opportunities Iraq faces in
                                                                                                                        rebuilding its energy infrastructure. The Iraqi Ministry of Electricity is responsible for policy, planning, and
     Opening Keynote                                                                                                    implementation of the Iraqi electrical system, including generation, transmission, distribution, communication
     Tuesday, December 6, 2005                                                                                          and control, and infrastructure security.
     8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.                                                                                             The Iraqi Parliament appointed Minister Shalash on May 15, 2005. Although born in Baghdad, Dr.
     Sands Expo, Venetian Hotel Ballroom                                                                                Shalash moved to Canada about 15 years ago. Prior to his appointment, Dr. Shalash was the Technical
                                                                                                                        Director of the Iraqi Professional Forum, an energy consulting firm.
     Power Industry 2006: Pathways to Growth
                                                                                                                        Mr. Michael R. Niggli
     The “back-to-basics” game plan that has characterized much of the utility industry the past few years is           President
     gradually ceding ground. While a commitment to sound business basics remains quite strong, companies               Sempra Generation
     are beginning to spread their wings to once again seek growth and opportunity. Renewed interest in coal,
     nuclear and liquefied natural gas, coupled with building momentum in renewable energy and distributed                                        Michael R. Niggli is president of Sempra Generation, where he is responsible for
     generation, present tremendous opportunity if fully realized. Sobering challenges persist, however, in the form                             development, acquisition, construction, operation and maintenance of merchant
     of tightening emission regulations, uneven deregulation, volatile fuel prices, uncertain power prices, and ever-                            power plants and energy infrastructure throughout North America.
     present threats to economic growth. Stretching across this shifting playing field is the large-scale impact that
     widespread consolidation could have on the industry. Industry leaders will have to carefully weigh challenge                                Prior to joining Sempra Energy in 2000, Niggli was chairman and chief executive
     against opportunity to select the most appropriate pathway to growth.                                                                       officer of Nevada Power Company and then Sierra Pacific Resources. He contributed
                                                                                                                                                 to a successful merger of the two companies that doubled their size and strength. He
     Each of the keynote presenters at POWER-GEN International 2005 will examine the major challenges and                                        also guided the company through the deregulation process in the State of Nevada
     opportunities their companies expect to face in the immediate future, the strategies they are pursuing to                                   and achieved the highest customer satisfaction rating of any electric utility in the
     maintain growth and profitability, and the external and internal forces that will guide execution. The companies                             western United States (as reported by J.D. Powers and Associates).
     represented in the keynote session will constitute a diverse mix of players in the power sector, ranging from
     large-scale utility to independent power producer to equipment manufacturer. This diversity promises to provide    Niggli also served as a senior executive with Entergy Corporation for 10 years, where he had significant
     keynote attendees with timely insight into the dynamics shaping the evolution of the power industry.               corporate responsibilities for strategic planning, customer service, fuels acquisition, marketing and sales.
                                                                                                                        He began his career in 1971 at San Diego Gas & Electric, where his management responsibilities included
                                                                                                                        electric and gas operations, fuels acquisition, project management and customer service.
     Featured Speakers                                                                                                  Niggli holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from California State University in Long Beach
                                                                                                                        and a master’s degree in electrical engineering from San Diego State University. He founded the graduate
                                                                                                                        program in power engineering at San Diego State University and lectured there for five years. Niggli also
     Mr. Andrew C. White                                                                                                has participated in the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School.
     President and CEO, Nuclear Division,
     GE Energy                                                                                                          Mr. Jim Gordon
                                                                                                                        President
                           Andrew C. White (Andy) was named president and CEO of GE Energy’s nuclear                    Energy Management, Inc
                           business, headquartered in Wilmington, North Carolina, in January 2003. He has 24
                           years of experience with GE.                                                                                          Jim Gordon is president of Energy Management Inc. Gordon started EMI in 1975
                                                                                                                                                 and over the ensuing years built EMI into one of the most successful privately held
                           White received his Bachelor of Science degree in electrical and electronic engineering                                independent power companies in America. He recruited and managed a team of
                           from Bath University, UK. In 1981, White joined GE as an electrical engineer in                                       dedicated and highly motivated professionals who were able to complete the myriad
                           London, England. He has a wide range of experience in energy products, technology                                     and complex tasks of creating state-of-the-art power projects. Gordon’s sense of
                           and services, having served as general manager of Asia Services, general manager of                                   timing and grasp of political and regulatory directions allowed EMI to develop and
                           Global Operations & Maintenance Services and general manager of Installation and                                      operate some of New England’s first gas fired cogeneration and independent power
                           Field Services.                                                                                                       projects as well as the first generation of merchant electric plants in the United States.
                                                                                                                                                 EMI is now developing Cape Wind, America’s first offshore wind park.

                                                                                                                                                 Jim is a graduate of Boston University’s School of Public Communications and worked
                                                                                                                                                 for Warner Communications Corporation prior to founding EMI.


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          MEGA SESSIONS
                                                                                                                        Session: Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle – Panel Discussion
                                                                                                                        Room: 2105-2106

     Thursday, December 8, 2005                                                                                         Chair: Gary McAuliffe, P.E., Lockwood Greene
     9:30 – 11:30 AM                                                                                                    Co-chair: Thomas Lubnow, Jr., MPR Associates Inc.
     Session: Large Gas Turbines
     Room: 2005-2006                                                                                                    Session Description: Proponents of IGCC have moved on a number of fronts to establish the technologies as
                                                                                                                        serious contenders for future power plants in the United States and worldwide. The speakers in this session
     Chair: Donald Schubert, Marsh Inc.                                                                                 will provide interesting insights on the global reach of gasification, on the business focus of the leading IGCC
     Co-chair: Stephen Cowen, P.E., Washington Group International                                                      technologies and on the operations and economics of gasification systems.

     Session Description: Large-frame gas turbines are now responsible for a significant fraction of power production.   • James Childress, Gasification Technologies Council USA
     This session explores the status, improvements and evolution of the large-frame OEM combustion turbines. Fleet     • Ed Lowe, GE Energy
     experience and advanced technology progress will also be highlighted and discussed.                                • Ross Fava, Shell
                                                                                                                        • Phil Amick, Conoco Phillips
     • Full-Scale Validation of the Intercooled LMS100TM Gas Turbine System                                             • William Trapp and Nathan Moock, Eastman Gasification Services Company
         Steve Rahm, Narendra Joshi and Phil Tinne, GE Energy
     • ALSTOM’s GT24/GT26 Gas Turbine Field Proven Advanced Gas Turbine for Flexible Operation                          Session: Permitting New Coal Generation: Challenges and Solutions –
         Michael Ladwig, Michael Vollmer and Stephen Philipson, ALSTOM (Switzerland) Ltd.                               Panel Discussion
     • Adaptation of the STG6-6000G to a Dynamic Power Generation Market                                                Room: 2103-2104
         Ed Bancalari, Siemens Westinghouse Power Corporation
                                                                                                                        Chair: Dan Froelich, Burns & McDonnell
     • Port Westward Power Plant Development with Advanced G Series GS Turbine Technology
         Jaisen Mody, Portland General Electric
                                                                                                                        Session Description: The demand for new baseload generation remains strong, but obtaining the required
     • Advanced Gas Turbine Experience for Combined Cycle Applications                                                  permits is a persistent challenging. This panel discussion will focus on unique approaches and solutions
        Garrick Joseph and Harold Miller, GE Energy                                                                     for successfully permitting new coal fired generation in the United States. Topics to be covered include air
                                                                                                                        permiting, NEPA, and public acceptance of new coal fired plants.
     Session: Are Renewable Portfolio Standard Goals Achievable?
     Room: 2003-2004                                                                                                    • Dale Trott, Burns & McDonnell
                                                                                                                        • Dianna Tickner, Peabody Energy
     Chair: James Fay, North Star Energy Group                                                                          • Terry Satterlee, Lathrop & Gage
     Co-chair: Michael Clark, Encorp Inc.                                                                               • Greg Egtvedt, Wisconsin Public Service

     Session Description: Renewable portfolio standards currently in place will require about 25,000 MW of
     renewable capacity by 2020 (and this total is growing). Can the industry meet these goals? This session will
     address the RPS goals across the United States and the technical, business and regulatory challenges involved
     in meeting these requirements.

     • RPS: An Overview of Status, Prospects and Challenges
        Ryan Katofsky, Navigant Consulting
     • Competitiveness of Renewable Energy: Recent Experience with Solicitations and Power
        Contract Prices
         Jason Abiecunas, Black & Veatch
     • Financial Perspective on Renewable Portfolio Standards
         Michael Eckhart, American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE)
     • Status of Wind and Prospects within RPS
         Robert Gates, GE Energy
     • TBD
         William (Bill) Heck, Nevada Power and Sierra Pacific Power

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           ENERGY PROVIDER PROGRAM                                                                                                                              NETWORKING RECEPTION

     Attention Energy Providers:                                                                                                                    Networking Reception – NEW!
     Send an unlimited number of delegates to POWER-GEN International, for a fraction of the cost!
                                                                                                                         Wednesday, December 7, 2005
     Announcing the return of the Energy Provider Program, a discounted registration package designed                    5:00 pm - 7:00pm
                                                                                                                                                                                    Sponsored by:
     exclusively for utilities and energy providers. Launched in 2003, PennWell’s Energy Provider Program                Tao Asian Bistro
     enables utilities and energy providers to send an unlimited number of delegates to POWER-GEN International          Venetian Hotel
     for a minimal cost.                                                                                                 Ticket cost is $30.

     For just $1,000, you’ll have the unique opportunity to send an unlimited number of delegates from your
     company or organization.

     The more delegates you send, the more you save! Participating is easy – just contact Brian Schimmoller (listed
                                                                                                                                            Tao Las Vegas
                                                                                                                                            For a sneak peek at Tao, visit www.taorestaurant.com
     below) to find out if you qualify as an energy provider.

     POWER-GEN International
     Send unlimited delegates for $1,000!                                                                                Network with your colleagues and friends at the first annual Power Engineering
     Visit www.power-gen.com                                                                                             Networking Reception at Tao Asian Bistro, Las Vegas’ most exciting and sought after new
     Contact: Brian Schimmoller, Ph: +1-918-831-9866                                                                     entertainment venue.
     E-mail: brians@pennwell.com
                                                                                                                         Originating in New York City and well-known as a celebrity-frequented hotspot, Tao now
     LIST OF PAST PARTICIPATING ENERGY PROVIDERS:                                                                        comes to Las Vegas at the Venetian Hotel, complete with lush waterfalls, century old
     AEP                                  ENERGY NORTHWEST                       ORLANDO UTILITIES COMMISSION            woods and stones, and a 20 ft. hand-carved Buddha floating in an infinity pool filled
     AES                                  FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT CO             PANDA DEVELOPMENT GROUP                 with Japanese carp. An amazing “Asian City” featuring a critically-acclaimed Pan-Asian
     ALLIANT ENERGY                       FLORIDA MUNICIPAL POWER AGENCY         PEOPLES ENERGY RESOURCES                menu served in an ultra-chic restaurant with a hot nightclub and lounge on the upper
     AMERICAN MUNICIPAL POWER             FREESTONE ENERGY CENTER                PGE-NEG CEDAR BAY                       floors, Tao is perhaps one of the largest entertainment complexes in the world.
     ARIES POWER PROJECT                  GAINESVILLE REGIONAL UTILITIES         PORTLAND GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
     ARIZONA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY       GENCOA                                 POWER MIDSTREAM GAS & WATER             Formerly the International Reception, this year’s networking reception has been completely
     ASSOCIATED ELECTRIC CORP INC         HONEY LAKE POWER PARTNERS              POWERGEN                                reinvented to provide you with the most optimal networking opportunities. Featuring
     BC HYDRO                             HYDRO ONE                              PPL ENERGY SERVICES                     live music, a delicious buffet of Hong Kong Chinese, Japanese and Thai cuisines and
     CALPINE                              INDEPENDENCE POWER & LIGHT             PROGRESS ENERGY                         complimentary wine and beer, the Power Engineering Networking Reception promises to
     CHEVRON ENERGY SOLUTIONS             KANSAS CITY POWER & LIGHT              PROGRESS ENERGY FLORIDA                 be the hottest ticket in town. Be a part of the first annual Power Engineering Networking
     CITY OF COLTON                       LAKELAND ELECTRIC                      PUNA GEOTHERMAL VENT                    Reception and be a part of Tao’s introduction to Las Vegas.
     CITY OF LAKELAND                     LANSING BOARD OF WATER AND LIGHT       SACRAMENTO MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT
     CITY OF TALLAHASSEE                  LA PLATA ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION          SEMINOLE ELECTRIC COOP                  All international delegates and participants of the Energy Provider Program are
     CLECO                                LIBERTY ENERGY                         SITHE ENERGY                            admitted FREE.
     COLORADO ENERGY MANAGEMENT           MADISON GAS & ELECTRIC CO              SITHE INDEPENDENCE
     COLORADO PROJECTS                    MAGNOLIA POWER PROJECT                 SNOHOMISH COUNTY PUD
     COLUMBIA ENERGY CENTER               MIDAMERICAN ENERGY HOLDINGS CO         SOUTH POINT ENERGY CTR
     CONECTIV ENERGY                      MINNESOTA POWER                        SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ELECTRIC
     CONOCOPHILLIPS                       MIRANT POWER GENERATION SVCS           SOUTHERN COMPANY
     DAIRYLAND POWER COOP                 NATIONAL BAY GENERATING                SOUTHERN NEVADA WATER
     DAYTON POWER & LIGHT CO              NATIONAL ENERGY AND GAS TRANSMISSION   TAMPA ELECTRIC
     DESOTO COUNTY ENERGY COMPLEX         NESCO                                  THE EMPIRE DISTRICT
     DTE ENERGY SERVICES                  NEVADA ENERGY PARK                     TRACTEBEL POWER INC
     DUKE ENERGY                          NEVADA POWER                           TRI STATE G&T
     ECOELECTRICA                         NEW YORK STATE ELECTRIC & GAS          TXU ENERGY SERVICES
     ELECTRICIDAD DE CARACAS              NORTHWEST ENERGY SYSTEMS               VERDANT POWER LLC
     ENEL NORTH AMERICA                   OLD DOMINION ELECTRIC CO               WESTAR ENERGY
     ENERGY EQUITIES INC                  OMAHA PUBLIC POWER                     WISCONSIN PUBLIC SERVICE


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                                                                                                                     Wednesday, December 7                     | Room 2404-2406

        NETWORKING BREAKFASTS                                                                                        Environmental Issues
                                                                                                                     Emissions control (mercury, NOx, SO2, particulate matter), multi-pollutant control, climate change,
                                                                                                                     permitting, water supply and regulations, emissions trading.

                                                                                                                     Table Moderators:
                                                                                                                     • Michael Salerno, ALSTOM Power
                                                                                                                     • Robert Tisone, Blue Skies Environmental
                                                                                                                     • Richard Dunn, Stone & Webster Management Consultants
                                                                                                                     • Bill Strohecker, Peerless Mfg. Co.

     Wednesday, December 7                     | Room 2404-2406
                                                                                                                     Thursday, December 8 | Room 2404-2406
     Plant Operations and Maintenance
     Retrofits/repowering, operating/maintenance/service agreements, extended outage intervals, preventive and
     condition-based maintenance, controls and instrumentation, balance-of-plant issues.                             Renewable Energy
                                                                                                                     Wind, solar, biomass, hydro, ocean/tidal, geothermal, hydrogen, renewable portfolio standards, renewable
     Table Moderators:                                                                                               energy credits, financing, fuel cells.
     • Michael Harbison, The ConTech Group
     • Sundara Kavidass,Exelon Generation                                                                            Table Moderators:
     • Michael Rakocy, Jr., Babcock & Wilcox                                                                         • James Fay, North Star Energy Group
                                                                                                                     • James Hagan, Michael Baker Corp.
     Gas Turbines                                                                                                    • Dennis Loria, LORIA Consulting/Engineering, LLC
     Large-frame turbines, industrial and aeoderivative turbines, microturbines, combined cycles, emissions, parts   • David Walls, Navigant Consulting, Inc.
     supply, operations and maintenance.
                                                                                                                     Competitive Power Generation
     Table Moderators:                                                                                               Fuel supply and pricing, staffing/training/aging workforce, risk management, project management/
     • Jim Doherty, Calpine                                                                                          execution, outsourcing.
     • Septimus van der Linden, Brulin Associates LLC
     • John Hesterman, P.E., Cummins & Barnard Inc.                                                                  Table Moderators:
     • Jeffrey Benoit, Power Systems MFG LLC                                                                         • Michael Harbison, The ConTech Group
                                                                                                                     • Jim Doherty, Calpine
     Distributed Generation and On-Site Power                                                                        • Grady Blakley, P.E., Synergy Global Power Associates Inc.
     Interconnection, combined heat and power, project development/siting, diesel, and natural gas gensets,          • Joyce Dasch, Emerson Process Management
     uninterruptible power supplies, emerging technologies.
                                                                                                                     Heat Recovery Steam Generators
     Table Moderators:                                                                                               Cycling effects, materials (P91/T91), water chemistry, supplemental firing, ductwork and dampers.
     • James Fay, North Star Energy Group
     • Michael Clark, Encorp Inc.                                                                                    Table Moderators:
     • Robert Bjorge, Ph.D., Solar Turbines Incorporated                                                             • Dennie Hunt, Vogt Power International
     • Dennis Loria, LORIA Consulting/Engineering, LLC                                                               • George Peabody, Nalco Company
                                                                                                                     • Justin Zachary, Bechtel Power Corp.
     Power Industry Trends
     Renewable energy, nuclear power, integrated gasification combined cycle, mergers and acquisitions,               Fossil Technologies
     cybersecurity, liquefied natural gas, grid stability.                                                            Integrated gasification combined cycle, advanced pulverized coal, fluidized bed boilers, steam turbines,
                                                                                                                     coal and materials handling, byproduct management and marketing.
     Table Moderators:
     • Stephen Cowen, P.E., Washington Group International                                                           Table Moderators:
     • Charles Davis, P.E., Lockwood Greene                                                                          • Sundara Kavidass, Exelon Generation
     • Frank Michel, ColectricPartners                                                                               • Thomas Lubnow, Jr., MPR Associates Inc.
     • Grady Blakley, P.E., Synergy Global Power Associates Inc.                                                     • Daniel Martin, P.E., WorleyParsons
                                                                                                                     • Ram Narula, Bechtel Power Corp.

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            TECHNICAL TOURS                                                                                                                                                        ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

     Tour #1
     Hoover Dam Morning Tour                                                              Apex Plant
                                                                                          Mirant’s Apex Generating Plant is a 1,100-megawatt, natural gas-fired facility.
                                                                                                                                                                             Monday, December 5, 2005
     Monday, December 5, 2005
     8:00 a.m. – 12:00 Noon (one hour bus trip each way)                                  Located on 90 acres within the 10,000-acre Apex Industrial Park, the facility      Desert Pines Golf Club, Las Vegas, NV
     The Tour will depart from the Venetian Hotel and return to the Venetian Hotel.       is helping to meet the growing electricity needs of Southern Nevada. Phase
                                                                                          I of the project, a state-of-the art 550-megawatt station, began commercial
     $50.00 per person, includes transportation
                                                                                          operation on May 6, 2003. Phase II, another 550-megawatt station, will             $150 per person - Includes roundtrip transportation to
     Space is limited – Registration Cut Off November 17, 2005. No day-of
     registrations accepted.                                                              begin construction at a later date.                                                and from the Sands Expo Center, green & cart fee, range
                                                                                                                                                                             balls, continental breakfast, box lunch & prizes
                                       Hoover Dam, maintained and operated by             The facility uses advanced combined-cycle technology and emissions controls
                                       the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, generates          for optimum efficiency and environmental performance. Each phase includes
                                       low-cost hydroelectric power for use in            two General Electric Frame 7-FA gas turbines operating in a combined-cycle         4-person Scramble Format, Rain or Shine
                                       Nevada, Arizona and California. Hoover             mode with two heat recovery steam generators and a steam turbine. Efficient
                                                                                          natural gas combustion in the plant’s innovative, dry-low-NOx combustors
                                       Dam alone generates more than 4 billion
                                                                                          combined with SCR technology controls NOx emissions to 3.0 parts                   Bus Departs 7:15 a.m.
                                       kilowatt-hours a year - enough to serve 1.3
                                       million people. From 1939 to 1949, the             per million.                                                                       from the Sands Expo Center/Venetian Shuttle Location
                                       Hoover Dam power plant was the world's
                                       largest hydroelectric installation. With an        Silver Hawk Plant                                                                  Tournament begins 8:00 a.m.
                                       installed capacity of 2074 MW, it is still one
                                       of the country's largest.                                                                     Silver Hawk is a 570-megawatt
                                                                                                                                     combined-cycle, natural gas-fueled      Desert Pines Golf Club is described by many as “The
     Although the Hoover Dam’s “Behind-the-Scenes” tour has been closed to the                                                       generating unit located on an 80-       Pinehurst” of Las Vegas. This Dye designed course features
     general public since September 11, 2001, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has                                                     acre site in the Apex Industrial
     agreed to offer a special tour to POWER-GEN International attendees. The tour                                                   Park, located about 20 miles north
                                                                                                                                                                             thousands of mature pine trees lining the fairways. White
     will begin with a presentation that focuses on how the Hoover Dam fits into                                                      of Las Vegas. The Plant has enough      sand bunkers protect large, undulating greens with water
     today's energy scheme, including its history, technical aspects, and the role that                                              electricity to serve as many as         coming into play on 9 out of 18 holes. Desert Pines is
     the dam plays in providing both water supply and energy in the West. Tour                                                       150,000 homes in the summer heat
     attendees will then receive a guided tour of the inner workings of the power                                                    in Nevada
                                                                                                                                                                             extremely convenient, located less than 10 minutes from
     plant, including the generators, tail race, penstocks and seepage gallery.                                                                                              downtown and less than 15 minutes from the Las Vegas
                                                                                          Owners: GenWest LLC formed by Pinnacle West Energy – a subsidiary of               Strip. This course provides players of all abilities a fun and
     REQUIREMENT: All tour attendees are required to submit their Social Security         Pinnacle West Capital Corporation – is 75 percent owner of the plant. PNW
     Number or Passport Number as well as current city and state of residency             is a Phoenix-based company with consolidated assets of approximately $9.4
                                                                                                                                                                             rewarding experience ... one in which you’ll use every club
     in order to expedite a Department of Homeland Security background check.             billion. Through its subsidiaries, PNW generates, sells and delivers electricity   in your bag. Golf Digest has recognized Desert Pines as one
     Please email the required information to pgiconference@pennwell.com once             and sells energy-related products and services to retail and wholesale             of the best new upscale courses in the country.
     you receive registration confirmation for the tour.                                   customers in the western United States.


     Tour #2                                                                              Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) is 25 percent owner of the                  Rules & Regulations: Registration is first come, first serve
                                                                                          plant. SNWA is a cooperative agency formed in 1991 to address Southern             and is limited to 120 golfers. No paring changes will be
     Hoover Dam Afternoon Tour                                                            Nevada's unique water needs on a regional basis, including managing water
                                                                                          resources, conservation, water quality and the construction and operation of
                                                                                                                                                                             permitted day of tournament but substitutions are allowed.
     Monday, December 5, 2005                                                             regional water infrastructure.                                                     Foursomes cannot be guaranteed if all participants are not
     1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (one hour bus trip each way)                                                                                                                      registered at time of pairing request. Tournament will be held
     The Tour will depart from the Venetian Hotel and return to the Venetian              Plant Operator: Pinnacle West Energy
     Hotel.                                                                                                                                                                  rain or shine. No refunds will be issued for weather delays,
     $50.00 per person, includes transportation                                           The construction of the plant began in the summer 2002 and cost about $400         cancellations after October 3, 2005 or no-shows. No day
     Space is limited – Registration Cut Off November 17, 2005. No day-of                 million. The Plant’s commercial operation date was May 17, 2004. It now            of tournament registrations accepted.
     registrations accepted.                                                              employees about 26 full time workers.

     (THIS TOUR IS SO POPULAR WE HAVE OPENED UP A SECOND TOUR TO                          Air Emissions: Silverhawk was constructed with the Best Available
     ACCOMMODATE ALL PARTICIPANTS)                                                        Control Technology.

     Tour #3                                                                              Water Source: This is a “dry cooled” unit that requires about one-tenth of the
                                                                                          water needed by a plant cooled by water. GenWest worked with the Las Vegas
     Apex & Silver Hawk                                                                   Valley Water District to secure the water necessary for plant operations.
     Generating Stations
     Monday, December 5, 2003
     7:30 a.m. – 12:00 Noon
                                                                                                                                                                                       Sponsored by:
     The Tour leaves from the Venetian Hotel and will return to the Venetian Hotel.
     $40 per person, includes transportation
     Space is limited- Registration Cut Off November 17, 2005. No day-of
     registrations accepted.


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          CAR GIVEAWAY                                                                                                                                                                                         CAR GIVEAWAY SPONSORS




     POWER-GEN International Hummer3 Giveaway Official Rules
     DRAWING: Drawing entries will be accepted during the POWER-GEN                   automobile. Winning entrant is also responsible for title, license, registration,
     International Conference and Exhibition, beginning December 6, 2005.             and all other requirements related to use of the automobile.
     Random drawing from received and qualified entries will be held at 1:30
     p.m. on December 8, 2005 at the PennWell booth of the POWER-GEN                  WARRANTY: Neither PennWell Corporation nor its agents or agencies
     International Conference and Exhibition (Booth #667). PennWell assumes           assume any responsibility for damages, losses, or injury resulting from the
     no responsibility for unanticipated delays in holding such drawing. Presence     automobile or its operation. PennWell Corporation and its agencies and
     at drawing is required to claim prize. Winning entrant must claim prize          agents make no warranty of any kind regarding the automobile. PENNWELL
     within two (2) minutes of drawing or another entrant will be selected by         CORPORATION AND ITS AGENCIES AND AGENTS EXPRESSLY
     random drawing from remaining entries. Completion of such an alternate           EXCLUDE ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF
     drawing will foreclose any and all claims of the originally winning entrant to   MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THERE
     the automobile. PennWell’s decision to hold such alternate drawing is final.      ARE NO WARRANTIES OFFERED BY PENNWELL CORPORATION, ITS
                                                                                      AGENCIES OR AGENTS WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION
     ENTRIES: Entries must be stamped by each of the exhibitors at POWER-GEN          ON THE FACE HEREOF.
     International identified on the passport as sponsors of the Car Giveaway.
     Entrant may be required to experience sales presentations of individual          ODDS: Odds of being selected to receive base model 2006 Hummer3
     sponsors as a prerequisite to obtaining such stamp. Completed entries            depend on the number of delegates which submit entries for the drawing.
     must be submitted to the PennWell booth of the POWER-GEN International
     Conference and Exhibition (Booth #667) before commencement of the                DISCLOSURE: Entry constitutes permission to disclose any provided
     drawing. Entry must be verified prior to submission by staff member               information in an effort to comply with legally required disclosure, and/ or
     in charge at PennWell booth. Entrant will be required to fill out basic           for promotional and commercial purposes, except where prohibited by law.
     information sheet prior to submission. Only one entry per person. All entries    Any winning entrant may request verification that the advertised base model
     become the property of PennWell Corporation and will not be returned.            2006 Hummer3 matches that delivered.
     No mechanically reproduced entries will be accepted. No responsibility is
     assumed for illegible, lost, misdirected, or late entries.                       WINNING ENTRANT: Winning entrant will be required to participate in
                                                                                      post-drawing publicity promotions. Winning entrant will be required to
     NO PURCHASE NECESSARY: No payment, proof of purchase or entry                    provide personal identification and verification of address to claim prize.
     fee is required. Non-attendees of POWER-GEN International may enter              Winning entrant may be required to execute an affidavit of eligibility and
     the drawing as Guest Entrants. For information on qualifying as a Guest          liability/publicity release within fourteen days of drawing or the prize
     Entrant, send a self-addressed, stamped first-class envelope to Lisa Gasaway      will be forfeited and an alternate entrant selected. PennWell reserves the
     at PennWell Corporation, 1421 S. Sheridan, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74112.               exclusive right to determine whether any entrant meets any pre- or post-
     Attendees and delegates of POWER-GEN International may not qualify as            drawing requirement to claim any prize. PennWell exclusively reserves
     Guest Entrants. PennWell is not responsible if a potential Guest Entrant does    all rights to provide adequate substitutes for the car giveaway if the base
     not send for qualifying information in time to enter the drawing.                model 2006 Hummer3 becomes undeliverable. Should winning entrant later

     RANDOM DRAWING TO SELECT FINALISTS: All verified entries will be
     entered into a drawing pool that shall comprise the entries for a random
                                                                                      be determined ineligible for any reason, PennWell Corporation reserves
                                                                                      the right to conduct a random drawing at any time after the conclusion
                                                                                      of POWER-GEN International Conference and Exhibition. Any alternate
                                                                                                                                                                          HUMMER FLOOR GIVEAWAY
     drawing. From that pool, three (3) entrants will be selected by a random         drawing is subject to scheduling by PennWell Corporation without notice
     drawing to be held on December 8, 2005 at 1:30 p.m. at the PennWell              to any entrant.
     booth of the POWER-GEN International Conference and Exhibition (Booth
     #667), or at a later date, place, and time, if so required. Such three (3)       ELIGIBILITY: Participation in drawing is open only to individual registered
     entrants shall be the Finalists to be entered into the Final Drawing.            attendees to POWER-GEN International Conference and Exhibition
                                                                                      and qualified Guest Entrants. Companies represented by any individual                This year, the world’s largest power generation
     PRIZE AND FINAL DRAWING: One (1) base model 2006 Hummer3 will be                 delegate are not eligible for participation, and any such company does
     awarded to one of the three (3) Finalists, with the winner to be randomly        not have any claim to the prize awarded to the winning entrant. Employees           event is giving away one of the world’s largest
     selected as follows: each of the three (3) Finalists shall draw one of three     and the families of employees of PennWell Corporation are ineligible for
     keys. Each of the Finalists will have the opportunity to try their key in the    participation in drawing. Employees and the families of employees of any            vehicles! POWER-GEN International will be giving
     base model 2006 Hummer3. The holder of the key that starts the vehicle           contractor of POWER-GEN International are ineligible for participation in
     wins. This Final Drawing and prize award shall be held on December
     8, 2005 immediately following the Random Drawing to Select Finalists,
                                                                                      drawing. Employees and the families of employees of any sponsor of the car
                                                                                      giveaway are ineligible for participation in drawing. Incomplete or illegible
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     at the PennWell booth of the POWER-GEN International Conference and              entries, or entries received after commencement of drawing, are not eligible.
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             CONFERENCE GRID


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        OFF-SITE COURSE                                                          TWO-DAY COURSES
                                        CPC 101                                                 CPC 102                                                    CPC 103                                                    CPC 104
                                    Room 2106                                                  Room 2105                                                 Room 2104                                                  Room 2103
     8:00 a.m. –
      5:00 p.m.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                CPC 105
                        Fire Protection and Prevention for                          Coordinated Boiler Turbine Control                         Selective Catalytic Reduction: From                     Outsourcing, Operation & Maintenance
                             Coal Handling Operations                             Strategies for Utility Generating Plants                            Planning to Operation                            of High Purity Water Treatment Systems                                  Bolting Basics
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        CPC 201                       CPC 202                    CPC 203
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Room 2006                    Room 2005                  Room 2004
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Power Plant                 Business Finance              Reliability-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Construction                   for Power                   Centered
                                                                 CPC 302                              CPC 303                                                                                                                              OFF-SITE COURSE                     HALF-DAY COURSE                         Management –                   Generation                 Maintenance:
                            CPC 301                                                                                                    CPC 304                             CPC 305                           CPC 306                                                                                                     A Guide to                  Professionals                Gateway to
     8:00 a.m. –                                                 Room 2105                           Room 2104                                                            Room 2003                                                                                                               CPC 401
                           Room 2106                        Mercury Measurement                                                      Room 2103                                                              Room 2002                            CPC 307                       8 a.m. –
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Survival                                                World Class
      5:00 p.m.                                                                                  Guidelines for Solving                                                     Utility Asset                                                                                                        Room 2102                                                                       Maintenance
                        Fundamentals of                        Transformations,                                                          Electrostatic                                                     Fundamentals of                      Bolt Tensioning                 12 p.m.
                                                           Speciation and Control in            Ash Deposition Problems                                                  Management Using                                                                                                        Valve Actuator
                       Generator Protection                                                         in Utility Boilers                   Precipitation                  Advanced Technology                  Wind Energy                           Systems                                       Safety Training
                                                           Coal-Fired Power Plants.
     5:00 p.m. –    CPC Attendee Reception – Room 2504 - 2506
      6:00 p.m.


     8:30 a.m. –    Opening Keynote Address – Venetian Ballroom                               | Mr. Andrew C. White, President & CEO - GE Energy, Nuclear Division.                               |                       | Mr. Michael R. Niggli, President - Sempra Generation                            |           | Mr. Jim Gordon - Energy Management Inc. |
      10:30 a.m.
     Conference         Power                  Power                 Competitive                  Enviromental         Enviromental               Enviromental                   Fossil                  Gas Turbine            Emerging /Renewable                                                 Plant                   Plant                                                International
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  On-SIte Power                                                                    Highlighted Issues
     Tracks &      Industry Trends I      Industry Trends II       Power Generation                 Issues I             Issues II                  Issues III                Technologies               Technologies               Technologies                                                Performance I          Performance II                                                Power
     Sessions       Rm. 2005-2006          Rm. 2003-2004             Rm. 2201-2202                Rm. 2105-2106        Rm. 2103-2104              Rm. 2101-2102                  Rm. 2304                Rm. 2205-2206               Rm. 2203-2204                  Rm. 2002                      Rm. 2306                 Rm. 2305                       Rm. 2303             Generation Issues
                                             Strategies and            The Future of                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Steam Turbine             10 Years of Long-Term           Rm. 2302
     1:30 p.m. –                                                                                  FGD Design and                                   Environmental                                                                      Wind Energy:                 Diesel Power:
                     Asset and Risk                                 Competition - Bids,                                   Gas Turbine                                          Advanced Clean             Gas Turbine –                                                                         Boiler Gas-Side            and Generator            Service Agreements: Past
                                            Trends for New                                          Operating                                        Regulation                                                                     Industry & Issues             Challenges and
      3:30 p.m.      Management                                     Markets and Fuels                                 Enviromental Issues                                     Coal Technologies           O & M Issues                                                                             Cleaning                Availability and            - Current - Future -
                                          Gas-Fired Generation                                      Experience                                       and Siting                                                                          Update                    Opportunities                                      Reliability Improvements           Panel Discussion
                                                                    - Panel Discussion



     7:30 a.m. –    Networking Breakfast – Room 2504 - 2506
      9:00 a.m.
                     Risky Business:       New Nuclear Power             Emerging                                                                                             New Coal Plants                                         Biofuels –                                                 Combustion                                          Plant Maintenance
     9:30 a.m. –       Adopting New                                                             Low NOx Combustion     Post Combustion             Advances in                                           Combined-Cycle                                      CHP and Distributed                                      Gas Turbine Efficiency
                                            Update – Panel         Competitive Strategies                                                                                     and Technology                                       Opportunities and                                           Optimization and                                     Measures for Improved
      11:30 a.m.      Technologies –                                 – Panel Discussion               Control            NOx Control              Mercury Control                                          Technology                                            Generation                                              Improvements                   Performance
                     Panel Discussion          Discussion                                                                                                                     Considerations                                            Issues                                            Performance Improvement
                                                                   Structuring Projects and                                                                                                                                      The Future of Renewable                                                                                                                         International Panel:
                       Workforce                                                                Environmental Water                              Mercury and More               Fuel and Ash                                                                                                 HRSG Operation,               New Control
     1:30 p.m. –      Improvement          New Coal Strategies     Managing Commercial
                                                                                                  and Wastewater
                                                                                                                      Particulate Control
                                                                                                                                                                              Handling System
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Gas Turbine                and Emerging            Landfill Gas Power                                                                       Furnace and Fuel          Energy Developments
                                                                       Risk in the New                                                          – Control of Multiple                                                                                                                        Maintenance and           System and Network
      3:30 p.m.        Strategies                                   Generation Market –                Issues
                                                                                                                         Technology
                                                                                                                                                                               Enhancements
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Technology Innovation      Generation Technologies      Generation Systems
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Strategies
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    System Enhancements         in the Middle East and
                                                                       Panel Discussion                                                              Pollutants                                                                     – Panel Discussion                                        Performance                                                                          Around the World




     7:30 a.m. –    Networking Breakfast – Room 2504 - 2506
      9:00 a.m.

     9:30 a.m. –                           Mega Session I                                                                            Mega Session II                                                                                     Mega Session III                                                                             Mega Session IV
      11:00 a.m.                              Room 2005-2006                                                                                Room 2003-2004                                                                                    Room 2105-2106                                                                                Room 2103-2104
                                           Large Gas Turbines                                                 Are Renewable Portfolio Standard Goals Achievable?                                           Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle - Panel Discussion                                                      Permitting New Coal Generation:
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          COMPETITIVE POWER COLLEGE COURSES


     COMPETITIVE POWER COLLEGE CURRICULUM
     8-Hour course registration fees include workshop materials, certificate of completion, lunch and coffee breaks
     4- Hour course registration fees include workshop material, certificate of completion and coffee break


     CPC 101 Fire Protection and Prevention for Coal Handling Operations                                             CPC 102 Coordinated Boiler Turbine Control Strategies for Utility Generating Plants
     Date: Sunday, December 4, 2005             Time: 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.                                           Date: Sunday, December 4, 2005                        Time: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
     Room: 2106                                 Cost: $500                                                           Room: 2105                                            Cost: $500

     Instructor                                                                                                      Instructor
     Thomas V. Kraft, CFPS, CUSA ,Vice President of Engineering, Acensium, Inc.                                      Roger A. Leimbach, Director Marketing & Applications, Metso Automation

     Who should attend                                                                                               Who Should Attend
     Plant Managers                                                                                                  Engineers and technicians working for power companies that own fossil fired Rankine cycle power stations.
     Plant Safety Coordinators                                                                                       Engineers working for consulting engineering companies that design and build large fossil fired power stations,
     Plant Operations and Maintenance Supervisors                                                                    especially if they specify distributed control systems. Engineers that work for EPC contractors and specify and/
     Corporate and Plant Engineering                                                                                 or purchase distributed control systems for fossil fired power stations.
     Corporate Risk Management and Loss Control Coordinators
     Power Generation Directors                                                                                      Course Overview and Objective
                                                                                                                     This course will provide attendees with an understanding of various control strategies available to control boilers
     Course Overview and Objectives                                                                                  and turbines in a coordinated manner. The course will compare and contrast the advantages of each strategy
     This course discusses fire protection and prevention in coal-fired power plants. Drawing on real examples from    as well as review issues specific to different fuels (coal, oil, gas) and different types of boiler configurations.
     work in more than 200 power plants in North America and Europe, this course will outline the most common        Related impacts on other essential subsystems – such as generation, fuel, air, feedwater and balance-of-plant
     problems plaguing power generating facilities, including coal handling systems, water supply reliability, fire   – will also be reviewed.
     system configuration management, limitations of emergency brigades in coal environment response, turbine and
     associated support systems, dust collection systems, and how to correct them through the integration of solid   Course Highlights
     programmatic controls and engineering solutions. Real-world tested and successful fire protection program        • Compare basic strategies such as boiler following, turbine following, coordinated modes that use a common
     approaches and state-of-the-art fire protection features will be presented.                                          demand to the boiler and turbine, coordinated modes that use turbine energy calculations for the boiler
                                                                                                                          demand and independent generation control systems.
     Course Highlights                                                                                               • Develop goal and objectives for generation control systems that allow for optimized ramp rates
     • Introduction to Coal Characteristics and Hazards                                                              • Review various boiler protection schemes available as a part of coordinated control systems that run back
     • Coal Handling System Fire Protection Design and Arrangement                                                        the boiler and turbine to levels supported by the auxiliaries in operation
     • Coal Handling System Fire Prevention                                                                          • Review fuel control strategies that allow for the control and metering of multiple fuels and for changing fuel
     • Safe Work Permitting in Hazardous Locations                                                                   quality. Also, different pulverizer controls will be discussed.
     • Thermal Imaging Camera – Techniques, Applications, and Model Procedures                                       • Review airflow strategies that use either oxygen or carbon monoxide trim controls and operate multiple fans
     • Coal Handling Incipient Stage Fire Response for Emergency Organizations                                            – axial and centrifugal
                                                                                                                     • Discuss three element feedwater control systems that compensate for shrink and swell
                                                                                                                     • Discuss the operation of final control elements – electric and pneumatic drive units and valves.
                                                                                                                     • Discuss other BOP control loops.




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     CPC 103 Selective Catalytic Reduction: From Planning to Operation                                                   CPC 104 Outsourcing, Operation and Maintenance of High Purity
     Date: Sunday, December 4, 2005             Time: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m                                                       Water Treatment Systems
     Room: 2104                                 Cost: $500                                                               Date: Sunday, December 4, 2005            Time: 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                         Room: 2103                                Cost: $500
     Instructors
     Clayton A. Erickson, Director Process Engineering, Babcock Power Inc                                                Instructors
     Mike Jasinski, Process Engineer, Babcock Power Inc                                                                  Ken V. Pandya, President, AWTS, INC.
     Mike Kelly, Program Manager, Babcock Power Inc.
     Scott Straight, Director Project Engineering, LG&E Energy                                                           Who Should Atend
     Joe Strickland, Sr. Project Engineer, LG&E Energy                                                                   Power plant operators, engineers, managers, process engineers, O&M staff, purchasing managers, consulting
                                                                                                                         engineering companies, water treatment equipment manufacturing companies, designers, water treatment
     Who Should Attend                                                                                                   component suppliers, water treatment chemicals suppliers, reverse osmosis membrane manufacturers, ion
     Emissions planners, design and implementation engineers, plant managers, operation engineering                      exchange resin manufacturers, water treatment equipment outsourcing companies, environmental companies,
     and maintenance                                                                                                     governmental agencies and public utilities.

     Course Overview and Objective                                                                                       Course Overview and Objectives
     This course will cover the complete project cycle of a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system for NOx control   The power generation industry is seeing greater interest in outsourcing high-purity water treatment systems.
     including; Initial planning, design, commissioning and operation experience. The course will also cover the         Although this approach can minimize capital investment, one must select the outsourcing contractor carefully!
     fundamentals of SCR operation based on operating experience from six operating systems at LG&E.                     This course will focus on buying what is needed rather than buying what is being sold. It will also outline
     Course Highlights                                                                                                   customer responsibilities, supplier responsibilities, and the criteria for plant acceptance.
     • Formation of NOx
     • SCR Chemical Reactions                                                                                            A second part of the course will focus on proper operation and maintenance of high purity water systems.
     • SCR Troubleshooting                                                                                               The course will examine critical operation and maintenance elements that many power plant operators miss.
     • Catalyst Design and Selection                                                                                     Topics to be addressed include monitoring critical process parameters; inspecting critical components; and
     • SO3 Issues                                                                                                        conducting preventive maintenance of clarifiers, media filters, cartridge filters, reverse osmosis systems, EDI
     • Fuel Considerations                                                                                               systems, UF systems, piping systems, and critical instruments.
     • NH3 Injection Grid Tuning
     • NOx Reduction Strategy                                                                                            Course Highlights
     • Catalyst Management Strategy                                                                                      • The course material reflects the course instructor’s 32 years of experience in designing, building,
     • SCR Design Considerations                                                                                             operating, trouble shooting and outsourcing of high purity water treatment systems.
     • Guarantees and Performance Testing                                                                                • The course material will incorporate practical examples and “lessons learned”
     • SCR Operating Experience                                                                                          • The course material has been time-tested. Over 700 people have attended these seminars!
     • SCR Systems Maintenance                                                                                           • This course is designed to equip decision-makers, young engineers, and operators with the knowledge and
     • Optimizing SCR Operation                                                                                              information needed to design, operate and maintain effective water treatment systems.
                                                                                                                         • The course instructor is a highly respected consultant, who deals with water treatment systems within the
                                                                                                                             power plant environment on a daily basis.




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     CPC 105 Bolting Basics                                                                                             CPC 201 POWER PLANT CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT - A GUIDE
     Date: Sunday, December 4, 2005                                  Time: 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.                                 TO SURVIVAL
     Room: Carpenters International Training Center (OFFSITE)       Cost: $250                                          Date: Sunday and Monday, December 4-5, 2005                     Time: 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
     Transportation: Transportation from the Venetian Hotel to the workshop and back will be provided. Please check     Room: 2006                                                      Cost: $850
     the POWER-GEN International website for more information: www.power-gen.com
                                                                                                                        Instructor:
     Instructors:                                                                                                       Peter G. Hessler, President, Construction Business Associates, LLC
     Ed Wright, Millwright Instructor from Arkansas
     Royce Peters, Millwright Instructor from Kansas                                                                    Who Should Attend
     Darleen Balza, Millwright Instructor from Wisconsin                                                                This course is intended for new construction and outage management personnel with responsibilities for
     Pat Cloke, Millwright Instructor from Ohio                                                                         planning, developing and/or running major power plant construction projects. While holding a formal degree
                                                                                                                        is not a prerequisite, being familiar with the importance of profit and loss is recommended. The course is
     Overview and Highlights                                                                                            intended for owners as well as contractors and benefits from their interaction during the class.
     This workshop will start with basic bolting theory and end with three hands-on projects. Between bolting theory
     and the hands-on projects the workshop will address the following topics:                                          Course Overview and Objectives
                                                                                                                        In today’s power plant construction world, safety, cash flow, change orders and schedule are the parameters
     Identifying types of bolts                                                                                         for success. This two-day course will cover the management of these critical success factors. Course participants
     Reading torque charts                                                                                              will explore the commercial and contractual necessities of construction contracting, along with claims avoidance
     Torquing techniques                                                                                                methods, and examples of what can go wrong when prudent contracting is not practiced.
     Gaskets
     Safety wire techniques                                                                                             The first day will be devoted to getting a job organized, understanding the contract and becoming familiar
     Locking tab washers                                                                                                with its requirements. Job site set-up will be discussed and a look into how to resource personnel, both for
     Hydraulic Torquing Tools                                                                                           performing the work and for managing it will round out the day.
     Tubing Fittings
                                                                                                                        The core of this example-loaded course is devoted to managing the economics of the site works and during day
     Hands-on projects include:                                                                                         two the participants will have the opportunity to explore tools for doing just that. Examples will be provided
     Using Safety Wiring and Pant Leg Washers                                                                           and various checklists, guidelines and photographs will be used to illustrate how to understand the contract
     Disassembly and Re-make of Tubing Fittings                                                                         and how to use it to manage the work. Detailed attention will be given to collecting the information required
     Torquing with Hydraulic Tools                                                                                      for proactive decision-making throughout the job – following the concept that quiet proactivity is always better
                                                                                                                        than heroic reactivity. Finally, there will be some time to explore the differences of doing this overseas, for those
     The workshop is limited to 40 students. Because the hands-on projects are in a shop setting, students must be      contemplating work beyond our borders, or for those just curious about what’s different over there.
     dressed in long pants, shirts with sleeves that cover the upper arm, and sturdy shoes. (Tennis shoes and sandals
     are not allowed). A jacket or sweatshirt is recommended during shop projects. Hardhats and safety glasses will     Course Highlights
     be provided.                                                                                                       • The new rules of the 21st century – times have changed
                                                                                                                        • Planning the process and structuring the delivery
                                                                                                                        • Managing for contingencies
                                                                                                                        • Understanding the pricing and how it can change
                                                                                                                        • What impacts cash flow
                                                                                                                        • Claims avoidance techniques for the owner and contractor
                                                                                                                        • Managing the site
                                                                                                                        • Managing the people
                                                                                                                        • The impact of poor quality
                                                                                                                        • The importance of safety management
                                                                                                                        • Managing the financials
                                                                                                                        • The importance of communicating
                                                                                                                        • The cultural impacts on an overseas job




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     CPC 202 Business Finance for Power Generation Professionals                                                            CPC 203 Reliability- Centered Maintenance: Gateway to World
     Date: Sunday and Monday, December 4-5, 2005                   Time: 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.                                      Class Maintenance
     Room: 2005                                                    Cost: $850                                               Date: Sunday and Monday, December 4-5, 2005                   Time: 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                            Room: 2004                                                    Cost: $900
     Instructor
     John M. Hynes, MSEE, MBA, Partner, Excidian, LLC                                                                       Instructor
                                                                                                                            Anthony M. (Mac) Smith, Consulting Engineer
     Who Should Attend
     All positions, inside or outside of the power plants, whose functions / tasks relate directly or indirectly to plant   Who Should Attend
     operations, plant maintenance or plant capital investment decisions. General job titles of power generation            Material is directed to job responsibilities/interest at the Technician to VP –O&M level.
     professionals who have taken this course include plant managers, supervisors, superintendents, team leaders
     and engineers.                                                                                                         Course Overview and Objectives
                                                                                                                            Power plant managers are always in search of ways in which to improve asset maintenance programs and
     Course Overview and Objectives                                                                                         practices. Reliability-centered maintenance, orginally developed for the airline industry, has been applied to
     This course will provide participants with financial knowledge that assists them in making business decisions           the power sector and can provide significant benefits. This course explains how RCM works and how it should
     that are in the best interests of the profitable operation of their power plant. The course will address how the        be implemented to achieve best results at power plants.
     balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statements impact each other in the normal course of business;
     how to interpret financial ratios and trends; how to take appropriate actions for various ratios and trends; how        Course Highlights
     to recognize fixed vs. variable costs; how to make trade-offs with contribution margin, sales volume and pricing;       • Current maintenance practices and issues
     how to perform a break-even analysis; and how to calculate NPV.                                                        • What is RCM- why is RCM so important
                                                                                                                            • How to implement RCM
     Participants exit this course with a renewed understanding of the importance of applying basic concepts                • Case studies/results
     of business finance to everyday decision-making. Participants exit the course with reference tools such
     as the workbook and the reinforcement Q&A emails that assist them in applying teaching points to current               The course participants will receive an Elsevier text book along with handouts in this course.
     work projects.
                                                                                                                            CPC 301 Fundamentals of Generator Protection
     Course Highlights
     • Activities and case studies are customized for power generation professionals.                                       Date: Monday, December 5, 2005                       Time: 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
     • Hands-on learning. Much of the two-day course is spent working in small groups.                                      Room: 2106                                           Cost: $500
     • Laptop computers and spreadsheet software can be used in the Capital Investment section of the course to
         complete NPV and IRR activities and case studies. Participants can immediately use the pre-built and tested        Instructor
         spreadsheet templates to analyze projects on which they are currently working.                                     Bob Pettigrew, Sr., Consulting Engineer, SGS Witter, Inc.
     • World Series of Finance game is engaging and keeps attention levels high.
     • Interactive. Participants are encouraged to ask questions often and whenever they come to mind.                      Who Should Attend
     • Relevance to current events. Course facilitator, John M. Hynes, MSEE, MBA relates teaching points to current         This class is for engineers and technical managers working in system protection, power plant operations,
         industry news about power plants, accounting reforms being proposed in the wake of the                             power plant maintenance and power plant design.
         Enron bankruptcy and pertinent events surrounding the on-going process of deregulation.
                                                                                                                            Course Overview and Objectives
                                                                                                                            This course will teach the student how large generators are protected from damage due to faults and abnormal
                                                                                                                            system conditions. The students will leave the class with a understanding of how the protective relays sense that
                                                                                                                            there is a problem and what action is taken to protect the unit from damage.

                                                                                                                            Course Highlights
                                                                                                                            • Review generator design and operating principles
                                                                                                                            • Review generator/system connections
                                                                                                                            • Review generator grounding methods
                                                                                                                            • Study the types of internal faults and abnormal conditions that must be detected by the protective relays
                                                                                                                            • Show how the various protection elements sense these conditions and protect the unit.
                                                                                                                            • Discuss the problems with the aging protection equipment found at most large generating plants
                                                                                                                            • Review the new modern equipment that should be specified for new projects and upgrades




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                                                                                                                            ( Continued ) CPC 303 Guidelines for Solving Ash Deposition Problems in Utility Boilers
     CPC 302 Mercury Measurement, Transformations, Speciation, and Control in                                               Course Highlights
            Coal-Fired Power Plants                                                                                         • Severe ash deposition causes impedance of baseload boiler performance.
                                                                                                                            • Scheduled cleaning outages are a result of ash deposition.
     Date: Monday, December 5, 2005                       Time: 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.                                        • Derates and forced outages cost utilities millions of dollars every year.
     Room: 2105                                           Cost: $500                                                        • A series of logical steps can be taken to define and characterize the ash deposition problem:
                                                                                                                            • Diagnose the root cause.
     Instructor                                                                                                             • Prescribe mitigation or remedial measures.
     Michael J. Holmes, Deputy Associate Director for Research, Energy & Environmental Research Center                      • Get upper level managers to supply funds to implement/monitor remedial measures.

     Who Should Attend                                                                                                      CPC 304 Electrostatic Precipitation
     Coal Suppliers
     Utilities                                                                                                              Date: Monday, December 5, 2005                                     Time: 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
     Equipment Vendors                                                                                                      Room: 2103                                                         Cost: $500
     Research Groups
     Government Agencies                                                                                                    Instructor
                                                                                                                            Bill Borowy, Vice President, Bedford Technologies, Inc.
     Course Overview and Objectives
     Mercury is an immediate concern for the U.S. electric power industry because of EPA’s 2000 decision that               Who Should Attend
     regulation of Hg from coal-fired electric utility steam-generating units is appropriate and necessary. This course      The course is intended for engineers, operators and maintenance personnel involved with the design,
     will explore the impact of the recently passed Clean Air Mercury Rule (CAMR) and the critical issues associated        selection, operations and maintenance or upgrade of ESPs. This course is directed toward those who work with
     with mercury measurement and control.                                                                                  precipitators used to collect fly ash from coal-fired boilers as well as those involved with ESPs used in the paper,
                                                                                                                            chemical, petrochemical, petroleum refining, metals and cement industries.
     Course Highlights
     • Overview of mercury regulations                                                                                      Course Overview and Objectives
     • Mercury levels in coal                                                                                               This course covers the fundamentals and proactive aspects of the operation, maintenance and performance
     • Mercury transformations during combustion and speciation in flue gases                                                improvement of ESPs used on utility and industrial boilers and other processes. The lectures are intended to
     • Mercury measurement and speciation - Ontario Hydro and continuous mercury monitors                                   give participants a broad range of knowledge of the factors that affect ESP performance including ESP design,
     • Control issues related to low-rank coals                                                                             process or fuel variations, and ESP operation and maintenance practices.
     • Recent testing results for mercury control
     • Future directions                                                                                                    Course Highlights
                                                                                                                            • ESP Types and Components
     CPC 303 Guidelines for Solving Ash Deposition Problems in Utility Boilers                                                • ESP Nomenclature, overview of present designs for flyash applications

     Date: Monday, December 5, 2005                       Time: 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.                                        • Basic Factors Affecting ESP Efficiency:
     Room: 2104                                           Cost: $500                                                          • How particle size distribution, gas speed, particle resistivity, ESP voltage levels, sparking, and particle
                                                                                                                                loading affect collection efficiency
     Instructor
     Mr. Chris Zygarlicke, Deputy Associate Director, University of North Dakota Energy & Environmental Research            • ESP Operations:
     Center                                                                                                                   • Methods of Minimizing Start-Up and Shutdown Opacity, Minimizing emissions, through rapper and automatic
                                                                                                                                voltage controller tuning.
     Who Should Attend
     Primary target audiences include plant managers, fuel planners, and buyers and utility operators and engineers         • Boiler Operation for Improved ESP Performance:
     who face plant inefficiencies and significant operational and maintenance costs that are associated with ash              • Methods of Optimizing O2 Levels, Unburned Carbon Injection for Mercury Removal, and Exit Gas
     deposition problems.                                                                                                      Temperatures for Improved Collection Efficiency, Effects for low NOx Burners, SCRs.


     Course Overview and Objectives
     Although various tools and information are available, coal-fired boiler operators still have difficulty determining
     what approach to take to successfully overcome ash deposition problems. Once an ash deposition problem has
     been identified, however, a series of logical steps can be taken to define and characterize the problem, diagnose
     its root cause, and develop a strategy for alleviating or solving the problem. This course will describe this series
     of logical steps and demonstrate their application in real-world case studies.


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     CPC 305 Utility Asset Management Using Advanced Technology                                                             CPC 306 Fundamentals of Wind Energy
     Date: Monday, December 5, 2005                       Time: 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.                                        Date: Monday, December 5, 2005                      Time: 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
     Room: 2003                                           Cost: $500                                                        Room: 2002                                          Cost: $275

     Instructors                                                                                                            Moderator
     Dr. Jianhu Jia, Manager of Asia Engineering; Dr. W. Hardey Beaver, Senior Applications Engineer                        Rob Gramlich, Policy Director, American Wind Energy Association
     and Dr. Stephen Piche, Director of Intellectual Property, Pegasus Technologies, Inc.
                                                                                                                            Topics/Panelists
     Who Should Attend                                                                                                      Overview of the Wind Energy Industry
     This course is intended for power generation owner/operators, plant operations and engineering, performance            Rob Gramlich, Policy Director, American Wind Energy Association
     engineers and environmental engineers.                                                                                 Technology Overview
                                                                                                                            Sandy Butterfield, Structural System & Dynamics Team, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (Invited)
     Course Overview and Objectives
     Power plant asset managers are implementing a wide range of advanced technology products to enhance                    Economics Overview
     unit performance and efficiency. Combining neural network technology with multi-variable process control                Bob Gates, Region Manager, GE Energy
     technology, for example, enables fossil boiler plant operators to maintain high efficiency while minimizing             Siting Issues/Wind Resource Analysis
     emissions. This course will provide a detailed examination of the two technologies and the additional benefits          Barton Merle-Smith, Director of Marketing & Sales, NRG Systems (Invited)
     that can be achieved when they are combined. A main part of the course is a case study based upon a 600 MW
                                                                                                                            Transmission Issues
     wall-fired unit fueled by varying blends of Illinois basin coal. The course will use a combination of lecture, hands-
                                                                                                                            Jim Caldwell, Policy Director, PPM Energy
     on training, and question and answer sessions to identify and investigate the drivers and key success criteria for
     implementing a successful advanced technology project or program in a utility.                                         Integrating Wind Power into a Utility’s Grid
                                                                                                                            J. Charles Smith, Managing Director, Nexgen Energy LLC
     Course Highlights                                                                                                      Who Should Attend
     • NOx Control to a Specific Set Point                                                                                   This session is designed for those interested in the integration of wind energy or those looking to find out how
     • CO Control                                                                                                           wind energy can work on your system and the unique advantages and challenges facing the industry.
     • Reheat Temperatures
     • Furnace Exit Gas Temperatures                                                                                        Those who would benefit from participation include:
     • Steam Temperatures                                                                                                   Utility representatives
     • Pressure Control                                                                                                     Power plant personnel
     • Reducing O2 Split                                                                                                    Operation and maintenance staff
     • Optimal control for the combination of system objectives and constraints                                             Government agencies
                                                                                                                            Legal professionals
                                                                                                                            Wind industry participants

                                                                                                                            Course Overview and Objectives
                                                                                                                            The wind energy industry is expected to experience significant growth in installed capacity in 2005 and 2006.
                                                                                                                            With the recent passage of the Energy Bill, these increases should continue in the near future. With building
                                                                                                                            interest in this renewable source, this non-technical workshop will provide a comprehensive introduction to the
                                                                                                                            fundamentals of utility-scale wind energy. Anyone wanting to learn the basics of the wind energy will benefit
                                                                                                                            from this day-long introductory seminar. Industry experts will provide an overview of the wind industry,
                                                                                                                            economic and technology factors, transmission and siting issues and integrating wind to the grid.

                                                                                                                            Course Highlights
                                                                                                                            • Overview of the Wind Energy Industry
                                                                                                                            • Technology Overview
                                                                                                                            • Economics Overview
                                                                                                                            • Siting Issues/Wind Resource Analysis
                                                                                                                            • Transmission Issues
                                                                                                                            • Integrating Wind Power into a Utility’s Grid




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     CPC 307 Bolt Tensioning Systems                                                                                     CPC 401 Valve Actuator Safety Training
     Date: Monday, December 5, 2005                                 Time: 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.                           Date: Monday, December 5, 2005                      Time: 8:00 a.m.- 12:00 Noon
     Room: Carpenters International Training Center (OFFSITE)       Cost: $250                                           Room: 2102                                          Cost: $300
     Transportation: Transportation from the Venetian Hotel to the workshop and back will be provided. Please check
     the POWER-GEN International website for more information: www.power-gen.com                                         Instructor
                                                                                                                         Jeff Kelly, Pinnacle Actuation
     Instructors:
     Ed Wright, Millwright Instructor from Arkansas                                                                      Who Should Attend
     Royce Peters, Millwright Instructor from Kansas                                                                     Corporate and plant management, operations personnel, and maintenance personnel.
     Darleen Balza, Millwright Instructor from Wisconsin
     Pat Cloke, Millwright Instructor from Ohio                                                                          Course Overview and Objective
                                                                                                                         This course was developed as the result of a fatality that occurred at a U.S. fossil generating station. A valve
     Course Overview and Objective                                                                                       actuator catastrophically failed while plant personnel were attempting to open the valve, which was stuck in the
     The focus of this workshop is bolt tensioning systems. Three types of tensioning systems will be addressed with a   seat, using techniques that increased the thrust well beyond the actuator design limit. The course will provide
     hands-on project for each system. They are:                                                                         plant personnel with an overview of what is inside the various gearboxes they are operating and how these
                                                                                                                         components can be adversely impacted when operated outside their design parameters. The course also
     • External Thread Tensioners                                                                                        addresses good practices that reduce the chances for equipment damage and personnel injuries.
     • Internal Thread Tensioners
     • Two-part Bolting Systems                                                                                          Course Highlights
                                                                                                                         Principles of Operation
     Additionally, this workshop will have a bonus training module on preparing foundations for installing new           • Construction
     machinery. This bonus module will be classroom and hands-on training covering the following topics:                 • Theory of Operation
                                                                                                                         • Maintenance
     • Checking calibration of precision optical levels                                                                  • Electrical
     • Setting fixators                                                                                                   • Different Safe and Unsafe Modes of Operation
     • Mixing and pouring grout                                                                                          • Normal Motor Mode
                                                                                                                         • Abnormal Motor Mode
     The workshop also includes guided tour of The Carpenters International Training Center and the Train the Trainer    • Normal Manual Mode
     Workshop while they are in progress.                                                                                • Abnormal Manual Mode
                                                                                                                         • Potential Failure Modes and Associated Safety Concerns
     • Scaffold Erector Qualification                                                                                     • Holding in the motor starter contact
     • Rigging Qualification                                                                                              • Using a cheater bar on the handwheel
     • OSHA 502                                                                                                          • Setting the torque switch too high - jumpering out torque switch
     • Steam Turbine Qualification                                                                                        • Beating on the valve body to unseat valve
                                                                                                                         • Actuator motor / ratio/ spring pack changes
     The tour will also visit the UBC/GE Gas Turbine Qualification workshop for UBC Millwright members.                   • Reverse motor rotation
                                                                                                                         • Improper torque and limit switch settings
     The workshop is limited to 40 students. Because the hands-on projects are in a shop setting, students must be       • Removing stem nut locknut with system under pressure
     dressed in long pants, shirts with sleeves that cover the upper arm, and sturdy shoes. (Tennis shoes and sandals    • Electrical Shock
     are not allowed). A jacket or sweatshirt is recommended during shop projects. Hardhats and safety glasses will      • Using a cheater bar on the handwheel
     be provided.                                                                                                        • Effects of System Pressure
                                                                                                                         • Good Practices
                                                                                                                         • Isolating
                                                                                                                         • Removal from system
                                                                                                                         • Ensuring Spring Pack Relaxed
                                                                                                                         • Reconnecting Motor
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          CONFERENCE SESSION DETAILS

     POWER INDUSTRY TRENDS I
     Room 2005-2006
     Session: Asset and Risk Management                                                                                 Session: Workforce Improvement Strategies
     Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2005                                                                                    Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005
     Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM                                                                                               Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
     Chair: William Bulpitt, Strategic Energy Initiative / Georgia Tech                                                 Chair: Terrence Hoye, Pratt & Whitney Power Systems
     Co-chair: Lyle White, Black & Veatch                                                                               Co-chair: Robert Palmer, Bechtel Power Corp.
     Session Description: Utility executives and plant managers face an uncertain future. Energy prices are extremely   Session Description: The utility industry is on the cusp of a large-scale loss of talent and experience. This session
     volatile and regulations affecting plants are constantly changing. This session will focus on strategies and       will provide thoughtful, realistic presentations on improving employee effectiveness despite the experience
     approaches that are being used to help weather an uncertain future.                                                drain associated with wide-scale retirements. This session will also offer ideas to help the less experienced
                                                                                                                        worker achieve the high performance necessary in the competitive power generation industry.
     • The Double Impact of High Fuel Prices and New Emissions Regulations on the Power Equipment Market                • Manage the Retention of Knowledge and Improve Productivity
          David Walls, Andrew Greene and Etienne Parent, Navigant Consulting Inc.                                           Franklin Frisina and Thomas McDermott, New York Power Authority
     • Managing Risks of Generating Assets in LMP Markets                                                               • The Aging Workforce Impact on Power Plant Operations – Defining Alternative Solutions without Significant
         Gary Groninger, Burns & McDonnell                                                                                Cost Impacts
     • Strategic Dispatch Management Using Optimization Technology                                                          Albert Ferrer and Donald Price, Navigant Consulting Inc.
         Patrick Frazier and Scott Barta, American Municipal Power – Ohio                                               • A Case Study in Work Culture Change
     • Investing in Megaprojects – A Comparison of Costs and Risks                                                          Don Seiler, Reliability Management Group; Kevin Geraghty, Allegheny Energy Supply
         Reiner Kuhr, Stone & Webster Management Consultants                                                            • New Educational Partnerships – College Credit for Energy Industry Training
     • Project Independent Self-Assessments                                                                                 Richard Coe and Dr. Jo-Ann Rolle, Excelsior College
         Jeff Jensen, Wisconsin Public Service Corporation; Bill Cole, Black & Veatch Corporation                       • Web-Based Training Provides Worker Qualification at Generation Facilities
                                                                                                                            David Huckeba and Russ Garrity, GP
     Session: Risky Business: Adopting New Technologies – Panel Discussion
     Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005
     Time: 9:30 – 11:30 AM                                                                                              POWER INDUSTRY TRENDS II
                                                                                                                        Room 2003-2004
     Chair: Michael Harbison, The ConTech Group
     Co-chair: Grady Blakely, P.E., Synergy Global Power Associates Inc.                                                Session: Strategies and Trends for New Gas-Fired Generation
                                                                                                                        Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2005
     Session Description: With increased interest and focus from the power industry on enhancing bottom-line results    Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
     by achieving higher performance and availability targets, the application of advanced tools and processes
     to identify, diagnose and minimize areas of risk is taking hold. The questions to the panel will center around     Chair: Thomas Lubnow, Jr., MPR Associates Inc.
     the risks and lessons learned in trying to increase availability, efficiency and reliability, as well as how new    Co-chair: Terrence Hoye, Pratt & Whitney Power Systems
     technologies have changed the risk profile. Industry experts in this session will discuss, compare, contrast and    Session Description: Despite the surplus of installed gas-fired generation, new development of gas-fired
     provide advice for adopting technologies and processes to improve plant availability. The panel will consist of    projects has continued in niche applications. Stranded merchant gas-fired generators are also attracting
     a mix of industry representatives, including owners of coal and gas assets.                                        interest from prospective buyers. This session examines several applications where new gas-fired generation
     • Greg Long, AES Corporation                                                                                       makes sense in current markets. Additionally, the potential effect of LNG import facilities on North American
     • Scott Stallard, Black & Veatch                                                                                   gas supply is summarized.
     • Gregory J. Hughes, NRG Cabrillo Power Operations Inc.                                                            • Ancillary Services
     • Jerry Hascall, Deseret Power                                                                                        Dennis Finn, Wartsila North America
     • Curt Lefebrve, NeuCo                                                                                             • Development of Load Centered Generation
     • Dave Bell, Smart Signal                                                                                             William Hutchings, Burbank Water and Power
                                                                                                                        • North American LNG Import Terminal Development Status Update
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     Session: New Nuclear Power Update – Panel Discussion                                                                  Session: Emerging Competitive Strategies – Panel Discussion
     Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005                                                                                     Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005
     Time: 9:30 – 11:30 AM                                                                                                 Time: 9:30 – 11:30 AM
     Chair: Robert Palmer, Bechtel Power Corp.                                                                             Chair: Charles Davis, P.E., Lockwood Greene
     Co-chair: Thomas Lubnow, Jr., MPR Associates Inc.                                                                     Co-chair: Frank Michel, ColectricPartners
     Session Description: The prospects for new nuclear power plants have increased significantly in recent years.          Session Description: As the U.S. energy market begins to revive after a period of turmoil, those companies that
     This session will update the status of planning for new nuclear plants, addressing technology, economics, the         have survived have developed and implemented successful strategies to meet the challenges of over-capacity,
     COL Process, waste disposal and other critical issues.                                                                volatile fuel costs, uncertain environmental regulations and demanding capital markets. This panel session will
                                                                                                                           examine the tactics employed by several of the competitive survivors.
     • Dan Keuter, Entergy Nuclear
     • Tom Miller, Department of Energy                                                                                    • Mark Mulhern, Progress Energy Ventures
     • Ray Ganthner, Framatome ANP Inc.                                                                                    • Kevin Swartz, Sempra Texas Services
                                                                                                                           • Art Holland, Pace Global Energy Services
     Session: New Coal Strategies                                                                                          • William “Bill” H. Hughes, Jr., Alston & Bird LLP
     Date: Wednesday December 7, 2005                                                                                      • Robert Dougherty, Mirant Corporation
     Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
                                                                                                                           Session: Structuring Projects and Managing Commercial Risk in the New
     Chair: Lyle White, Black & Veatch
     Co-chair: William Bulpitt, Strategic Energy Initiative/Georgia Tech                                                   Generation Market – Panel Discussion
                                                                                                                           Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005
     Session Description: More than 100 new coal-fired power plants are at various stages of development. This              Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
     session looks at new coal strategies, including forward developments in fuel supply, siting, environmental impacts,
                                                                                                                           Chair: Ronald Cochran, Careba Power Engineers LLC
     transmission, supercritical vs. subcritical, operability and efficiency.
                                                                                                                           Co-chair: Tom Cornell, Progress Energy
     • New Cleaner Coal-Fired Generation – A Cornerstone to America’s Future Growth and Prosperity
                                                                                                                           Session Description: Today’s new generation projects consist of a wide variety of new technologies and innovative
         Raymond Baumgartner and John Kern, Siemens Westinghouse Power Corp.
                                                                                                                           commercial structures. Large coal, IGCC, clean air, renewables and LNG projects are in active development
     • The Benefits of Real-Time Coal Tracking
                                                                                                                           throughout the United States. This panel will discuss how these competitive projects are commercially structured
         Andrew Maxson, Mike Willhite and Vas Choudhry, GE Energy
                                                                                                                           and how risk is being managed to make these projects successful.
     • Future Coal Alternatives “Not Following the Herd”
         Natalie Rolph, Black & Veatch                                                                                     • Mike DeLallo, WorleyParsons Group Inc.
     • IPP’S Perspective on New Coal Strategies                                                                            • Fred Lyon, The Lyon Firm
         Marty Swartz, Sempra Generation                                                                                   • Paul Soanes, SCI Financial Services

     COMPETITIVE POWER GENERATION
     Room 2002
     Session: The Future of Competition: Bids, Markets and Fuels
     – Panel Discussion
     Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2005
     Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
     Chair: Dennie Hunt, Vogt Power International
     Co-chair: Jeffrey Schroeter, Genovation Group Inc.
     Session Description: The rocky history of power industry deregulation in the United States brings into question
     the operation and evolution of competitive markets. This panel will discuss the future of competitive generation
     as power markets look for more stability in power pricing and anticipate tough environmental issues.
     • Julie Jorgensen, Excelsior Energy Inc.
     • Don Walters, Calpine-Greenfield Ont.
     • Rick Bowen, Peabody Energy
     • Raimund Grube, PPM Energy




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     ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES I                                                                                              Session: Environmental Water and Wastewater Issues
     Room 2105-2106                                                                                                      Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005
                                                                                                                         Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
     Session: FGD Design and Operating Experience
     Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2005                                                                                     Chair: James Hagan, Michael Baker Corp.
     Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM                                                                                                Co-chair: Scott Affelt, Mitsui Babcock

     Chair: Richard Dunn, Stone & Webster Management Consultants                                                         Session Description: Water use, treatment and recovery/reuse issues have come to the forefront of power
     Co-chair: Michael Salerno, ALSTOM Power                                                                             plant operation. This session will present commercially viable strategies and systems/technologies that address
                                                                                                                         water treatment and reuse.
     Session Description: Tens of thousands of MW of coal-fired capacity will be retrofit with flue gas desulfurziation     • 316(b) Compliance Strategy for the Dallman Station
     systems to comply with Federal and State regulations in coming years. This session will include presentations on       Terry Larson and Greg Howick, Burns & McDonnell; Sue Corcoran, City Water, Power & Light
     new SO2 control applications, operating experience and future industry design trends.                               • Pretreatment of Secondary Effluent for Reuse as Power Plant Makeup Water
                                                                                                                            Jeff Moskal, ZENON Environmental Inc.
     • We Energies’ Pleasant Prairie Power Plant-Air Quality Control System Upgrades                                     • A Two-Year User’s Analysis: Burbank Water & Power Uses Reclaim Water for Boiler Make-Up and Turbine
          Dennis Pennline, Ira Brodsky and Michael Giambra, Washington Group International; Dan Bichler,                     Water Injection
          We Energies                                                                                                        Lou Mattera, Pall Corporation
     • Design and Performance of the Flash Dryer Absorber / High Ratio Fabric Filter at the East Kentucky Power          • Design Considerations for Use of Reclaimed Water at Alliant’s Emery Generating Station
       Cooperative Gilbert Unit 3                                                                                            Bryan Hansen, P.E., Burns & McDonnell; Larry Harder, Alliant Energy
          Thomas E. Pearson and Thomas Raines, ALSTOM                                                                    • Principles of Flue Gas Water Recovery System
     • Single-Module FGD Systems for New Utility Boilers: Update Including Recent Regulatory Developments                    John Copen, Phil Deen, Terry Sullivan and Eric Weinsten, Siemens Westinghouse Power Corporation;
          Carl Weilert, Burns & McDonnell                                                                                    Bruce Folkedahl, Dakota Energy and Environmental Research Center
     • Design Philosophy and Operating Experience of Large Scale Absorbers
         Steven Mosch, Mani Seshamani, Takanori Nakamoto and Bhiku Patel, Hitachi America; Hirofumi Kikkawa,
         Babcock-Hitachi                                                                                                 ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES II
     • Duke Power WFGD Retrofit Program: Compliance via Standardization and Selective Site-Specific                        Room 2103-2104
       Innovations                                                                                                       Session: Gas Turbine Environmental Issues
         Jim McCarthy and Jurgen Dopatka, ALSTOM; Clark Bussell, Shaw Stone & Webster                                    Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2005
                                                                                                                         Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
     Session: Low NOx Combustion Control                                                                                 Chair: Edwin Haddad, Mobotec USA
     Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005
                                                                                                                         Co-chair: John Grusha, Foster Wheeler North America Corporation
     Time: 9:30 – 11:30 AM
                                                                                                                         Session Description: As a result of operating experience, new and improved catalyst designs, and modifications
     Chair: John Grusha, Foster Wheeler North America Corporation
                                                                                                                         of existing combustion systems, advanced gas turbine emission control systems can now deliver NOx levels in
     Co-chair: Edwin Haddad, Mobotec USA
                                                                                                                         the single digits. This session will examine field successes with low-NOx emissions strategies from gas turbines
     Session Description: Low NOx combustion system optimization processes and neural networks continue to evolve,       and the critical factors associated with achieving single-digit levels.
     providing power plant operators with additional emission reductions from their existing combustion systems.
                                                                                                                         • SCR Retrofit Improves Performance
     This session provides information and results from these applications.
                                                                                                                             Dale Purdy, Turner EnviroLogic
     • Reduction of NOx Emissions on a Fleet of Coal Fired Units                                                         • Are the Present Emission Measuring Methods Capable of Doing the Job?
         Steve Piche, Jianhu Jia and Ray Johnson, Pegasus Technologies                                                       Justin Zachary and Peter Carr, Bechtel Power Corporation
     • Combustion and SNCR Optimization at NRG’s Indian River                                                            • Simple Cycle SCR Operating Experience
         Doug Netting and Vikas Malik, NeuCo Inc.                                                                            Dr. Christopher Bertole, Cormetech Inc.; Mark Steckman, Calpine, Construction Management Company
     • NOx Reductions via Phased Combustion Optimization                                                                     Inc.; Martin Nygard, Nooter Eriksen
         Brian King, Burns and McDonnell; Joe Eutizi, San Miguel Electric Cooperative Inc.                               • Field Performance of an Ultra-Low Emissions Combustion System for the MS7EA Gas Turbine
     • Achieving Uniform Combustion Using Real Time Coal Flow and Gaseous Emissions                                          Clayton Moran and Jeffrey Benoit, Power Systems Mfg LLC - A Calpine Company
       Measurement Equipment                                                                                             • New Advances in Gas Turbine Closed Loop Emissions Control
        Richard Thompson and Frederick Haumesser, Fossil Energy Research Corp.; Douglas Eakle, Allegheny Energy Supply       Derrick W. Simons and Larry L. Thomas, GE Energy
     • Demonstration of NOx Emissions Below 0.15 Lb/MBTU in a Cyclone Boiler Using In-Furnace NOx Control
        Dr. Marc Cremer and Dr. Brad Adams, Reaction Engineering International; Craig Giesmann and Ken
        Stuckmeyer, AmerenUE; Dr. John Boyle, Fuel Tech




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     Session: Post Combustion NOx Control                                                                                     ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES III
     Date: Wednesday, December 8, 2005                                                                                        Room 2101B-2102
     Time: 9:30 – 11:30 AM
                                                                                                                              Session: Environmental Regulation and Siting
     Chair: Michael Salerno, ALSTOM Power                                                                                     Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2005
     Co-chair: Robert Tisone, Blue Skies Environmental                                                                        Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
     Session Description: Selective catalytic reduction systems (SCRs) represent the cornerstone of NOx emissions             Chair: Scott Affelt, Mitsui Babcock
     control strategies for many utilities and power plant owners. A number of design and operational issues,                 Co-chair: James Hagan, Michael Baker Corp.
     however, face SCR users. Ammonia slip, coal-specific complications, ash impacts, construction, startup and
     balance-of-plant auxiliary issues must be evaluated and addressed. This session will review SCR design, flow              Session Description: Regulatory uncertainty has made planning difficult and risky in the power industry.
     modeling, new catalyst design, ammonia injection designs and feature actual experience on SCR projects.                  Whether siting a new plant or complying with new regulations at an existing plant, owners face a number of
                                                                                                                              issues and challenges. This session covers developments facing both new and existing plants.
     • NOx Emissions Reduction at Consumers Energy’s D.E. Karn Station
         Steve Stultz, W. Keslar and M. Tittle, The Babcock & Wilcox Company; J. Gose and J.Pomaranski,                       • Strategic Siting & Development of New Coal Units
         Consumers Energy                                                                                                         Jeff Greig, Burns & McDonnell
     • SCR System Achieves Better than Expected Results                                                                       • What Types of Particulates are Really Addressed by BACT Limits?
         Saleem Zwayyed, P.E. ,Rita Mardini and Alan W. Ferguson, ALSTOM Power Inc.                                                Robynn Andracsek, Burns & McDonnell; Dan Wilkus, Westar Energy; Craig Clapsaddle,
     • Use of Alkaline-Earth Hydroxides for Reduction of Plume Visibility in Coal-Fired Power Plants                               MSI/ Mechanical Systems Inc.
         Lewis Benson, Carmeuse NA Technology Center                                                                          • Boiler MACT Compliance Strategies for Existing Industrial and Utility (<25 MW) Solid Fuel Fired Boilers
     • The Design and Operation of the Unit 5 SCR at the AEP Muskingum River Plant                                                Ajay Kasarabada and Jeff Arroyo, Black & Veatch
         William J. Gretta, P.E. and David Greenhut, P.E., Foster Wheeler North America Corp.; TBD, American                  • Alternative Emissions Monitoring – PEMS Implementation and Certification for Compliance with
         Electric Power                                                                                                           40 CFR part 75
                                                                                                                                   Dr. Brian Swanson, CMC Solutions LLC; Steve Drevick, Environmental Systems Corporation; Paul Reinermann
                                                                                                                                   Pavilion Technologies Inc.; Greg Beshouri, Advanced Engine Technologies Corp.; Mark Fletcher, Dearborn
     Session: Particulate Control Technology
                                                                                                                                   Industrial Generation
     Date: Wednesday, December 8, 2005
                                                                                                                              • Addressing Measurement Uncertainty in Power Plant Air Quality Permitting and Compliance
     Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
                                                                                                                                  Joseph Macak, Mostardi Platt Environmental
     Chair: Robert Tisone, Blue Skies Environmental
     Co-chair: Richard Dunn, Stone & Webster Management Consultants                                                           Session: Advances in Mercury Control
     Session Description: New technologies continue to be developed to enhance particulate removal from flue gas               Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005
     streams. This session will look at a variety of different particulate collection devices: conventional ESPs, pulse jet   Time: 9:30 – 11:30 AM
     fabric filters, agglomerators, and hybrid wet-dry ESPs. Improvements in ESP designs will also be addressed.               Chair: Doug Riedel, P.E., Burns & McDonnell
     • Pulse Jet Fabric Filter Retrofit and Operating Results at Mirant’s Dickerson Station                                    Co-chair: C. David Livengood, Ph.D., Argonne National Laboratory
         Richard Miller and Michael Kelaher, Hamon Research-Cottrell; William White and Steve Dean, Mirant                    Session Description: Within several years, mercury emission limits will be in place and power plant owners
         Corporation; Peter Guletsky, Sargent & Lundy LLC                                                                     will either have to install control technology or purchase emission credits for their units. A number of mercury
     • Indigo Particle Agglomerators Reduce PM2.5 Emissions and Opacity on Three Coal Fired Boilers in the US                 control technologies are in active development and testing, but long-term operating results are not yet available
         Dr. Robert Crynack, Indigo Technologies – US; Rodney Truce, Indigo Technologies – Australia                          for U.S. applications. This session will focus on the development and testing of mercury control technologies
     • Test Results on Hybrid Dry-Wet ESP Technology                                                                          for coal-fired power plants.
         James Reynolds and Patrick Doonan, Wheelabrator Air Pollution Control; Dr. Ralph Altman, Electric Power
         Research Institute; En Cushing, Southern Research Institute                                                          • Pilot Scale Test Results on Plasma-Enhanced Electrostatic Precipitator Technology for Mercury Removal
     • Test Results on Hybrid Dry-Wet ESP Technology                                                                               James Reynolds, Wayne Buckley and Patrick Dooman, Wheelabrator Air Pollution Control; Dr. Ralph
         James Reynolds, Wheelabrator Air Pollution Control                                                                        Altman, Electric Power Research Institute
     • Improvements in Electrostatic Precipitators to Improve Efficiency and Reduce Cost                                       • Six Years of Operating Experience with Activated Lignite in RWE’s Coal-Fired Power Plants
         Stephen L. Francis, ALSTOM                                                                                                Anthony Licata, Babcock Power Environmental Inc.; Juergen Wirling, RWE Power
     • Dry Electrostatic Precipitators – Still the Choice for Particulate Collection on Oil-Fired Boilers                     • Mercury Control Test Results for Western Coals – Activated Carbons and Sorbent Enhancement Additives
         Robert Mastropietro, Hamon Research-Cottrell                                                                              Michael Holmes, Chad Wocken and John Pavlish, Energy & Environmental Research Center; Lynn Brickett,
                                                                                                                                   U.S. Department of Energy; John Jacobs, Antelope Valley Station
                                                                                                                              • Mercury Control: Novel Non Carbon Adsorbents
                                                                                                                                   Pascaline Tran, Xiaolin Yang, Larry Shore and William Hizny, Engelhard Corporation
                                                                                                                              • Full Scale Field Tests on NEST Low Cost Non Carbon Mercury Control Technology
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     Session: Mercury and More – Control of Multiple Pollutants                                                       Session: New Coal Plants and Technology Considerations
     Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005                                                                                Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005
     Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM                                                                                             Time: 9:30 – 11:30 AM
     Chair: C. David Livengood, Ph.D., Argonne National Laborator                                                     Chair: James Dickinson, Babcock & Wilcox
     Co-Chair: Doug Riedel, P.E., Burns & McDonnell                                                                   Co-chair: Todd Kerschbaum, Tractebel Power Inc.
     Session Description: Mercury controls are often integrated into systems that also remove other pollutants.       Session Description: This session will discuss new coal plant projects and technology considerations. Included
     This session will focus on test results for innovative techniques combining the removal of mercury and           will be discussions on CFB experiences, a current 400 MW subcritical PC-fired project, the impact of pressure
     other species.                                                                                                   operating mode on supercritical design, and materials selection for supercritical applications.
     • Mercury Control for PRB and PRB/Bituminous Blends                                                              • CFB Technology: Can the Original Clean Coal Technology Continue to Compete?
         Michael Durham, Ph.D., MBA, Travis Starns, Cody Wilson and Sharon Sjostrom, ADA-ES Inc.; Melanie                 John Butler and Nancy Mohn, ALSTOM
         McCoy, DTE Energy – Monroe Power Plant                                                                       • E.A. Gilbert Unit 3
     • Emissions Control Solutions at Industrial Facilities vs. Utility Power Plants: An Apples to                        Steve Schebler and Ray Walters, Stanley Consultants; Craig Johnson, East Kentucky Power Cooperative
       Oranges Comparison?                                                                                            • Springerville Unit 3 Development & Construction
         Jeff Arroyo, Hector Chavez and Anand Mahabaleshwarkar, Black & Veatch                                            Robert Morse, UniSource Energy Corporation; John Riley, Tri-State G&T
     • Toxecon II® and High Temperature Sorbents for Low Cost Mercury Removal                                         • Impact of Pressure Operating Mode on Supercritical Steam Generator Design and Evaluation of Options
           David Muggli, Richard Schlager and Tom Campbell, ADA-ES Inc.; Richard Roberts; Mike Kolbus, Entergy          for New Plants
          Independence Station                                                                                            Brian Vitalis and Phillip Hunt, Riley Power Inc.
     • Boiler Optimization for Mercury and NOx Emissions Reduction                                                    • Investigation of T/P92 as the New Alternative for High Energy Power Plant Piping
          Carlos E. Romero, Ph.D., Dr. Harun Bilirgen, Nenad Sarunac, Ph.D. and Dr. Edward Levy, Energy Research          Paul Dobson, Cummins & Barnard Inc.
          Center, Lehigh University
     • Reduction of Mercury and NOx Emissions via Combustion Staging                                                  Session: Fuel and Ash Handling System Enhancements
          Dr. Vitali Lissianski, Dr. Randy Seeker and Dr. Blair Folsom, GE Energy                                     Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005
                                                                                                                      Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
     FOSSIL TECHNOLOGIES                                                                                              Chair: Gary Griffin, P.E., Titan Contracting & Leasing
     Room 2304                                                                                                        Co-chair: Robert Williams, Jr., Roberts & Schaefer Co.
     Session: Advanced Clean Coal Technology                                                                          Session Description: While material handling systems at power plants generate little popular excitement,
     Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2005                                                                                  their role is essential: reliably delivering fuel to the plant when needed and reliably removing combustion
     Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM                                                                                             byproducts and other waste streams from the back end of the plant. Speakers in this session will present case
     Chair: Ram Narula, Bechtel Power Corp.                                                                           histories of practical solutions to operating problems that plague many power plants.
     Co-chair: Donald L. Bonk, National Energy Technology Laboratory                                                  • Renovation of Coal Storage Yard at East Kentucky Power Spurlock Station
     Session Description: This session covers advanced clean technologies including IGCC, oxy-combustion and               Rich Fedosick, Metso Minerals; Jeff Brandt, East Kentucky Power
     near zero emission technologies. Commercialization challenges and cost competitiveness of these technologies     • Preventing Degradation of PRB Coal During Storage and Handling
     will also be addressed. Finally, the session will cover the eventual transition to hydrogen economy.                  Roderick Hossfeld, Jenike & Johanson Inc.
                                                                                                                      • PRB Coal Fired Power Plants – Coal Handling System, Design Considerations
     • IGCC Reference Plant                                                                                                Vincent Ionita and Cleveland Skinker, Bechtel Power Corporation
         Richard Rapagnani, GE Energy                                                                                 • High Capacity Waste Coal Fluidized Bed Boiler Ash System
     • Enabling Technology Modules for Future Coal-to-Hydrogen Plants                                                      Daniel Charhut, United Conveyor Corporation; Jeffrey Rode, ALSTOM Power Inc.
         Dr. Arun Bose, U.S. Department of Energy; Dr. Phillip A. Armstrong, Air Products; Dr. Anthony F. Sammells,
         Eltron Research Inc.; Dr. S. Elangovan, Ceramatec Inc.
     • Highest Efficiency IGCC and the 250 MW Demonstration Plant in Japan
         Hiromi Nakatani, Susumu Sato and Katsuhiro Ota, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.
     • Successful Continuous Injection of Coal into Gasification and PFBC System Operating Pressures Exceeding
       500 psi – DOE Funded Program Results
         Timothy Saunders and Derek Aldred, Stamet Inc.
     • Integrated Pollutant Removal and Oxy-Fuel Combustion: A Proven Path for Removal of All Pollutants and
       CO2 in Power Generation
         Thomas Ochs, Danylo Oryshehyn and Cathy Summers, USDOE – Albany Research Center; Brian Patrick,
         Jupiter Oxygen Corporation



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     GAS TURBINE TECHNOLOGIES                                                                                          Session: Gas Turbine Technology Innovation
     Room 2205-2206                                                                                                    Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005
                                                                                                                       Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
     Session: Gas Turbine O & M Issues
     Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2005                                                                                   Chair: John Hesterman, P.E., Cummins & Barnard Inc.
     Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM                                                                                              Co-chair: Robert Bjorge, Ph.D., Solar Turbines Incorporated

     Chair: Jeffrey Benoit, Power Systems MFG LLC – A Calpine Company                                                  Session Description: New market and application requirements continue to drive innovations in gas turbine
     Co-chair: Carlos Koeneke, Mitsubishi Power Systems                                                                design, packaging and operation. This session examines several recent technology innovation efforts, ranging
                                                                                                                       from complete engine design to component assembly and operation.
                                                                                                                       • New Standard for Mobile Gas Turbine Power Packages
     Session Description: This session provides an overview of new technology and innovations that, when implemented      Brian Donnelly, Pratt & Whitney Power Systems
     effectively, will have a positive impact on O & M costs. Technologies considered are on-line diagnostics, low     • A Comprehensive Simulation Environment for Gas Turbine Island Mode Operations
     emission combustion systems, and the use and impact of alternative fuels.                                              Dr. John Undrill, Dean Minto, Mike Alexander, Clayton Synard, Scott Szepek and John Warren, GE
     • Online Monitoring of Gas Turbine Power Plants                                                                       Energy
         Dr. Hans-Gerd Brummel, Siemens Power Generation; Paul Zombo, Siemens Westinghouse                             • Taurus 65 Gas Turbine Product
         Power Generation                                                                                                 David Teraji, Solar Turbines Incorporated
     • Conversion of a Mitsubishi 501D5 Diffusion Combustion System to a Lean Premixed System                          • F-Class Flamesheet TM Combustor for Low Turndown Low Emissions Operation in a Siemens
         Donald Adams, Power Systems Mfg LLC – A Calpine Company                                                          Westinghouse 501F Engine
     • Operational Experience of MHI G Series Steam Cooled Gas Turbines                                                    Dr. Peter Stuttaford, Power Systems Manufacturing
        Carlos Koeneke, Mitsubishi Power Systems Inc.; Yasushi Fukuizumi, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.; Brent      • Mid-Sized Gas Turbines Enhancements of 6FA
         MacDonnell, Boston Generation                                                                                     Lisa Gray, Jean-Michel Bisseaud and Julien Wertz, GE Energy
     • Using Non Standard Fuels in the Alstom GT11N2
         Cort Van Rensselaer, Markus Fluck and Peter Flohr, ALSTOM (Switzerland) Ltd.
                                                                                                                       EMERGING/RENEWABLE TECHNOLOGIES
                                                                                                                       Room 2203
     Session: Combined-Cycle Technology
     Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005                                                                                 Session: Wind Energy: Industry and Issues Update
     Time: 9:30 – 11:30 AM                                                                                             Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2005
     Chair: A.K. (Ben) Sharma, M.S., P.E., Kissimmee Utility Authority                                                 Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
     Co-chair: Rick Antos, Siemens Westinghouse                                                                        Chair: Stephen Miner, American Wind Energy Association
     Session Description: Combined-cycle technology has achieved remarkable advances in power plant efficiency          Co-chair: Septimus van der Linden, Brulin Associates LLC
     and flexibility. These advances, however, have not come without some growing pains, and users are still learning   Session Description: The American Wind Energy Association predicts record levels of wind installation in
     best practices for optimum operations. This session discusses several innovations in combined-cycle technology    the United States. As the wind industry continues to grow, the issues influencing the emerging wind market
     and operation and examines options for further optimization and improvements.                                     continue to change. This session will provide a status update of wind, explore the design of the wind park,
     • Gas Turbine Requirements for IGCC Applications                                                                  wind resource measurement, integration issues and new techniques.
         Robert Jones, GE Energy                                                                                       • Status of Wind Energy: Utility Perspective
     • S109FB Single Shaft Standard Plant                                                                                   Jeff Anthony, We Energy
         Greg Beggs and Ashok Vital, GE Energy                                                                         • Wind Resource Measurement for the Wind Power Industry
     • Latest Upgrades of the SGT6-5000F (501F) Engine to Improve Operational Flexibility                                   Barton-Merle Smith, NRG Systems
         John Xia, Ph.D., Josh Kovac, Gerry McQuiggan and Ben Wolfe, Siemens Westinghouse Power Corporation            • How the Industry Thinks and Designs Wind Turbine Parks as a Power Plant
     • Strategies for the Integration of Advanced Gas Turbines Used in Power and Cogeneration Applications                  Steve Saylors, Vestas Americas
         Justin Zachary, Bechtel Power Corporation                                                                     • Effects of Integrating Wind Power on Transmission System Planning, Reliability and Operation for
     • Innovative Civil & Structural Engineering on Port Washington Generating Station                                   New York State
         Rushi Kapadia and Allan Wern, Washington Group International; Wayne Schumm, We Power LLC                          Nicholas W. Miller, Kara Clark, Gary Jordan and Richard Piwko, GE Energy; Michael Brower, AWS
                                                                                                                           Truewind
                                                                                                                       • Gas Turbine Air Injection Coupled with Compressed Air Energy Storage Makes Wind Power
                                                                                                                         More Economic
                                                                                                                           Dr. Rodney Gay and Dr. Michael Nakhamkin, Energy Storage and Power Consultants




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     Session: Biofuels – Opportunities and Issues                                                                           ON-SITE POWER
     Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005                                                                                      Room 2202
     Time: 9:30 – 11:30 AM
                                                                                                                            Session: Diesel Power: Challenges and Opportunities
     Chair: David Walls, Navigant Consulting                                                                                Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2005
     Co-chair: Dennis Loria, LORIA Consulting/Engineering, LLC                                                              Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
     Session Description: The opportunities for exploiting a variety of biofuels have been around forever, but the          Chair: John Hoeft, Advanced Marketing Insights
     need to do so and the economic justification may not have supported their viability. The costs of traditional fuels     Co-chair: Leon LeBlanc, Nixon Energy Solutions
     and environmental issues are changing all that.
                                                                                                                            Session Description: Real world diesel installations provide reliable, effective power solutions for small to
     • C & D Derived Biomass Energy – Qualified Renewable or Legislated Illegal?                                             large power users. Designing and implementing a successful project requires a comprehensive examination
          Dammon Frecker, Ess Group Inc.                                                                                    of system needs, technical options, interconnection requirements, available utility programs and other assorted
     • Fibrominn – 50 MW Poultry Litter Biomass Power Project – Largest in the US                                           development factors. This session explores many such factors and will assist attendees in defining their future
         Charles Wagner, Burns and Roe Enterprises Inc.; Carl Strickler, Fibrominn                                          diesel options.
     • Green Energy from Fats, Oil & Grease
         William Partanen, P.E., Neill and Gunter Inc.                                                                      • Meeting Current and Future Emissions Standards in the Electric Power Industry
     • Repowering with a Dual Fuel (Wood/Coal) CFB at Schiller Station                                                          Gregory Harness, Caterpillar
          Larry Sullivan, Careba Power Engineers; Michael Hitchko, PSNH; Bill Bousquet, GenPower                            • Practical Experience in Commissioning Distributed Generation Installations
     • Combustion of Biomass: Problems and Opportunities                                                                        David Beach, Basler Electric; Bruce Barney, Portland General Electric; Stephen Klotz, Klotz
         Raymond Ganga, The McBurney Corporation                                                                                Energy Systems
                                                                                                                            • The Simultaneous Reduction of NOx, PM, HC and CO in Large Stationary Diesel Engines Using SCR and
                                                                                                                              Particulate Filters
     Session: The Future of Renewable and Emerging Generation Technologies –                                                    Dr. Mike Wyatt, Scott Bahr, Reinier Van der Keyl and Rich Rosowski, Johnson Matthey
     Panel Discussion                                                                                                       • Requirements for “On-Line” Emergency Power Generation in Accordance with the International Building
     Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005                                                                                        Code (IBC) & NFPA
     Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM                                                                                                       Richard Berger, The SGMEC Group
     Chair: Dennis Loria, LORIA Consulting/Engineering, LLC
     Co-chair: Septimus van der Linden, Brulin Associates LLC                                                               Session: CHP and Distributed Generation
     Session Description: This panel will address the evolution of renewable and emerging generation technologies,          Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005
     exploring cost, efficiency and their ability to compete with conventional technologies. It will also address the role   Time: 9:30 – 11:30 AM
     of government funding to accelerate the commercialization of emerging technologies.                                    Chair: Steven Zastrow, Tramont
     • Mark Sperry, Plug Power                                                                                              Co-chair: Ray Kacvinsky, Marathon Electric Mfg. Corp.
     • Dave Nickerson, Wow Energy Inc.                                                                                      Session Description: Because of its multiple benefits, combined heat and power remains at the forefront of
     • Bobi Garrett, National Renewable Energy Laboratory                                                                   continued success within the on-site power business. The presentations in this session address innovative ideas
     • Mark Mirolli, Recurrent Engineering                                                                                  and critical issues involved in moving more CHP into the marketplace. Economic and technical issues are
     • Frank Wolak, FuelCell Energy Inc.                                                                                    discussed along with an analysis of CHP experience gained.
     • Michael W. McDowell, Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne, United Technologies Corporation
                                                                                                                            • Case Study of the Domain CHP Project in Austin, Texas
                                                                                                                                Adam Newcomer and David Eaton, The University of Texas at Austin; Ed Mardiat and Rod Schwass, Burns
                                                                                                                                & McDonnell; Cliff Braddock, Austin Energy
                                                                                                                            • The Distributed Generation Markets in the U.S.
                                                                                                                                Nicholas Lenssen, Sue Hanson and Dr. Shawn McNulty, Primen – a Division of EPRI Solutions
                                                                                                                            • Using Green to Make Green: On-Site Power as a Sustainable and Profitable Solution
                                                                                                                                Kelly Speakes, Erika Herz and David Tew, UTC Power
                                                                                                                            • 750 KW Microturbine Cogeneration Project at Wareham Development’s Emery Station I & II
                                                                                                                              Emeryville, CA
                                                                                                                                Kevin Best, RealEnergy LLC




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     Session: Landfill Gas Power Generation Systems                                                                        Session: Combustion Optimization and Performance Improvement
     Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005                                                                                    Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005
     Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM                                                                                                 Time: 9:30 – 11:30 AM
     Chair: Leon LeBlanc, Nixon Energy Solutions                                                                          Chair: Sundara Kavidass, Exelon Generation
     Co-chair: Andrew Ulavege, Enercon Engineering Inc.                                                                   Co-chair: Michael Rakocy, Jr., Babcock & Wilcox
     Session Description: Landfill gas to energy facilities are experiencing rapid growth. Nearly 400 LFG plants           Session Description: A variety of optimization techniques are currently in use to improve boiler performance,
     are currently in operation and another 100 are in various stages of development. This session will provide           ranging from performance monitoring and fuel flow control to flame scanners and coal flow balancing. This
     an in-depth study of landfill gas power plant technology, covering gas analysis, installation, maintenance and        session will discuss these technologies and their effect on emissions, reliability and availability.
     operations.
                                                                                                                          • City of Lakeland Utilized Comprehensive Specifications to Select a Preferred Performance Monitoring and
     • Waste to Energy: Landfill Gas to Energy Potential at Municipal Solid Waste Landfills in the Southeastern               Optimization System
       United States                                                                                                          Tom Trickey, Lakeland Electric; Sid Sutherland and Greg Noe, General Physics Corporation
        William Clister and Gregg Hudock, Golder Associates; Norman Barashick, Dalton-Whitfield Regional                   • Increasing Coal Power Plant Reliability and Availability with High Technology Ignitors, Flame Scanners and
         Solid Waste Management Authority                                                                                   Burner Management Systems
     • Water Injection Improves Performance in a LFG Fueled Caterpillar G3616 Engine Generator                                Dr. Jim Sutton, ALSTOM Power
         Philip Ziminsky, NE Energy Services Corp.; Ronald Richardson, Enginuity Limited; Jeramias Jaravata,
                                                                                                                          • Coal Flow Balancing and Its Benefits on Unit Performance and Emissions
        Minnesota Methane LLC                                                                                                 Harun Bilirgen, Edward Levy and Aly Elshabasy, Energy Research Center, Lehigh University
     • Preventative Maintenance and Optimal Return for an Onsite Generation System                                        • New Generation of Combustion Technologies Optimizes Coal-Fired Boiler Performance
        Jim McNamara, Northern Power Systems                                                                                  Dr. Philippe Gauthier, GE-EER; Neil Widmer, David K. Moyeda, Dr. William Randal Seeker and Roy Payne,
     • Experience of Landfill Gas Utilization with Gas Engines                                                                 GE Energy
        Martin Schneider, GE/Jenbacher                                                                                    • Pegasus Technologies’ DeltaE3TM Combustion Optimizer (NeuSIGHT Technology) for NOx and Efficiency
                                                                                                                            Improvement Proves the Value of On-line Retuning
     PLANT PERFORMANCE I                                                                                                      Steve Goins, Georgia Power Co.; Bob O’Connor, Pegasus Technologies, Inc.
     Room 2306
                                                                                                                          Session: HRSG Operation, Maintenance and Performance
     Session: Boiler Gas-Side Cleaning
                                                                                                                          Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005
     Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2005
                                                                                                                          Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
     Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
                                                                                                                          Chair: Steven Sabo, Babcock Power Inc.
     Chair: Michael Rakocy, Jr., Babcock & Wilcox
                                                                                                                          Co-chair: Sundara Kavidass, Exelon Generation
     Co-chair: Sundara Kavidass, Exelon Generation
                                                                                                                          Session Description: The installed base of heat recovery steam generators has increased significantly in recent
     Session Description: Maintaining cleanliness of the boiler gas-side is imperative to effective and efficient boiler
                                                                                                                          years. HRSG design and operation has not been without share of problems, however. The purpose of this
     heat transfer and operation. This session examines various methods to maintain optimum cleanliness.
                                                                                                                          session is to evaluate the impact that changing market conditions are having on current HRSGs and ancillary
     • Maximizing Operational Effectiveness by Combining Soot Blowing and Combustion Optimization at                      equipment.
        Dynegy’s Baldwin Energy Complex
                                                                                                                          • Combined Cycle Plant Performance Degradation Analysis Methodology to Assess Individual
         Joe Naberhaus, Dynegy Inc.; Peter Spinney and John James, NeuCo Inc.
                                                                                                                            Component Performance
     • Adaptive Cleaning Management – The Next Major Advance in Intelligent Boiler Cleaning
                                                                                                                              Akber Pasha and Leslie Elwonger, Vogt Power International; Rattan Tawney, Bechtel Power Corporation
         H. Randy Carter, Eugene Thompson , and Jason Moore, Diamond Power International
                                                                                                                          • Effects of Varying Gas Turbine Load on Duct Burners
     • Integration of Boiler Cleaning Equipment
                                                                                                                              John Koza, Forney Corporation
         Charlie Breeding, Sandeep Shah and Huiying Zhuang, Clyde Bergemann Inc.
                                                                                                                          • Fatigue Considerations for Cyclic Operation of Gas Turbine HRSGs
     • How to Select the Correct Water Cleaning System for Your Application
                                                                                                                              Steve Torkildson and Pat Albert, Deltak LLC
         Mark Molnar, Diamond Power International
                                                                                                                          • Dry Run HRSG’s: Environmental Compliance in Both Simple and Combined Cycle Operation with a
     • Novel Approach to Sootblowing
                                                                                                                            Single Stack
         Dr. Thomas Bussing, James Hochstein and Patrick Harty, Pratt and Whitney
                                                                                                                              Caleb Lawrence, Innovative Steam Technologies
                                                                                                                          • Hot Spots in HRSGs and Gas Turbine Exhaust Ductwork – Methods to Address and Fix
                                                                                                                              Steve Chernack, Thermal Ceramics




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     PLANT PERFORMANCE II                                                                                             Session: New Control System and Network Strategies
     Room 2305                                                                                                        Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005
                                                                                                                      Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
     Session: Steam Turbine and Generator Availability and
                                                                                                                      Chair: Joyce Dasch, Emerson Process Management
     Reliability Improvements                                                                                         Co-chair: Bill Strohecker, Peerless Mfg. Co.
     Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2005
     Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM                                                                                             Session Description: Over the past few years, power generation automation and communication network
                                                                                                                      technologies have undergone rapid advancements, supporting new innovations in generation control strategies
     Chair: Brian Glynn, TurboCare
                                                                                                                      and plant/fleet information system design philosophies. This session explores recent innovations in advanced
     Co-chair: Steven Sabo, Babcock Power Inc.
                                                                                                                      control system applications, data communication networks, and fleet-wide information integration for improved
     Session Description: Maintaining steam turbines and generators in proper running condition is important in       real-time operations.
     achieving high plant efficiency. The purpose of this session is to provide a general overview of the technology
                                                                                                                      • Closed Loop Optimal Generation Control at Whiting Clean Energy
     available for improving the performance reliability and availability of older steam turbines.
                                                                                                                           Reinder de Boer and Jason Gayton, GE Energy; Richard Moroney, Whiting Clean Energy
     • Steam Turbine Technology Advancements for High Efficiency, High Reliability and Low Cost of Electricity         • Auxiliary Electrical System Control
         Michael Boss, GE Energy                                                                                           Chris Ruckman, Burns & McDonnell; Dean Ward, Gainesville Regional Utilities
     • A Large Steam Turbine Retrofit Design and Operation History                                                     • Control System Modernization of Eddystone Ultra-Supercritical Generating Unit No. 1
         Jeffrey Cheski, Ray Patel and Henry Osaghae, Siemens Westinghouse Power Corporation                              Roger Leimbach, Metso Automation; Mitchell Goldberg, Exelon Power
     • Solving Performance Degradation on a Steam Turbine                                                             • Innovative Boiler Control Strategy for the E.W. Brown Unit #3
         Steve Blachly and Jim Flannery, Key Span; Mary Foley, TurboCare Engineering                                       George Keller, Burns and Roe; Jeffrey Fraley, Pat Grant, Barry Carman and Greg Wilson,
     • Success Stories in Short Cycle Stator Rewinds for Liquid Cooled Generators                                          Kentucky Utilities Co.
         Frank Garwatoski and Karl Tornroos, GE Energy; Larry Fowler. Guy Starnes, David Wilson and                   • How a Common Data Model Can Help you to Understand Plant and Equipment Performance
         Douglas A. Goolsby, Duke Energy Corp.                                                                            Nicholas Read, Manitoba Hydro; Robert Sarfi, Boreas Group LLC
     • Generator Reliability and Assessment: Inspection Recommendations for Generators up to 200 MW’s
         David Branton, Paul Heikkinen and Jamal Natour, Wood Group Generator Services Inc.
                                                                                                                      HIGHLIGHTED ISSUES
     Session: Gas Turbine Efficiency Improvements, Power Augmentation and                                              Room 2303
     Emission Reduction                                                                                               Session: Ten Years of Long-Term Service Agreements: Past - Current - Future
     Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005                                                                                – Panel Discussion
     Time: 9:30 – 11:30 AM                                                                                            Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2005
     Chair: John Kraft, P.E., Caldwell Energy Company                                                                 Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
     Co-chair: Gary Hilberg, Turbine Air Systems                                                                      Chair: Gary Hilberg, Turbine Air Systems
     Session Description: Fuel pricing and emission demands have forced gas turbine users to re-evaluate their        Co-chair: Jim Doherty, Calpine
     facilities in order to maximize output and profitability. This session evaluates various power augmentation       Session Description: LTSAs have been in place for more than ten years, providing a good opportunity to
     systems and compares their effect on heat rate and emissions.                                                    discuss experience, current views and the future of this innovative maintenance contracting method. This
     • Weather-rated Economics of Gas Turbine Installations – A Call for an Alternate Rating Point                    diverse panel of owners, OEMs, legal and insurance representatives will provide current viewpoints and then
         Thomas Tillman, TAS                                                                                          address questions from within the panel and the audience.
     • Turbine Inlet Cooling (TIC) for Power Augmentation in Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Systems                    • Richard Thompson, Troutman Sanders LLP
         Dharam V. Punwani, Avalon Consulting Inc.                                                                    • John Latcovich, The Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection & Insurance Company
     • Impact of Heat Rate, Emissions and Reliability from the Application of Wet Compression on                      • Doug Williamson, Calpine
       Combustion Turbines                                                                                            • David Whitman, Mirant
         Donald W. Shepherd, Caldwell Energy Company; Donald Fraser, Siemens Westinghouse                             • Jeff Fassett, IEM Energy Consultants
     • Combustion Turbine Plant Power Augmentation Using Turbine Inlet Cooling with Thermal Energy Storage            • John Kistle, AES Corporation
         John Andrepont, The Cool Solutions Company




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     Session: Plant Maintenance Measures for Improved Performance
     Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005
                                                                                                                        INTERNATIONAL POWER GENERATION ISSUES
     Time: 9:30 – 11:30 AM
                                                                                                                        Session: International Panel: Energy Developments in the Middle East
     Chair: Bill Strohecker, Peerless Mfg. Co.                                                                                   and Around the World
     Co-chair: George Peabody, Nalco Company
     Session Description: As power plants get older, maintaining them for reliable operation and availability becomes   Room 2302
     more challenging. This session discusses various maintenance measures and programs for improving asset             Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005
     performance, diagnosing operational issues, and maintaining and repairing plant equipment.                         Time: 1:30 – 3:30 PM
     • Effective Condition Assessment Programs                                                                          Chair: Mark Wells, U.S. Commercial Service
         Adalberto Rosario, P.E., Puerto Rico Power Authority; Bill Melvin, ALSTOM Power Inc.                           Session Description: Mark Wells will begin the discussion with a brief overview of how the U.S. Department
     • Pressure Part Replacement In-Kind, Upgrade, Redesign: How do You Make the Decision and What are                  of Commerce and its partners (U.S. Trade and Development Agency, EXIM Bank, etc.) assist U.S. companies
       Your Options?                                                                                                    in increasing their sales to international energy markets. The remaining panelists will share their experience
         Kevin Toupin, Brian Holbrook and Erich Wollman, Riley Power Inc.                                               and expertise in discussing the current construction boom in the Gulf Region and how this has opened up
     • Comprehensive Reliability Improvement Program Relies on Integration, Expertise and Flexibility to                huge export opportunities in District Cooling, Combined Heat & Power (CHP or cogeneration), Thermal
       Increase Profitability                                                                                            Energy Storage (TES) and Turbine Inlet Cooling (TIC) products and services throughout the Middle East and
         Denise Case, Kevin Tevault and Scott Stallard, Black & Veatch                                                  elsewhere around the world.
     • Standardizing Gas-Fired Merchant Plant Steam Cycle Chemistry
         Daniel Sampson, Calpine                                                                                        • Tom Pierson, Turbine Air Systems
     • The Results of the Application of On-Line Monitoring to Power Plant Rotating Equipment                           • Mike Solms, The Stellar Group
         Dr. Elmer Hansen, Performance Consulting Services Inc.                                                         • John Andrepont, The Cool Solutions Company

     Session: Furnace and Fuel System Enhancements
     Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2005
     Time:1:30 – 3:30 PM
     Chair: Daniel Martin, P.E., WorleyParsons
     Co-chair: Lee Doyer, Pennsylvania Crusher Corp.
     Session Description: Optimum plant operation depends on an efficient fuel delivery and combustion system.
     Papers presented in this session will provide insight into modifications and enhancements of furnace and fuel
     systems needed to improve plant efficiency and reduce emissions. In addition, one paper will describe refueling
     of oil-fired boilers with petroleum coke using new oxygen-enhanced combustion technology.
     • Case Study: Pulverizer Capacity Upgrades for Western Fuel
         Stanley Kmiotek, ALSTOM Power, Air Preheater Co.; Herbert Blue, James Pomeranski and Richard
         Pellegrom, Consumers Energy Co.
     • Evaluation of Pulverized Coal Measurement Methods
         Richard Brown, EPRI;
         Rob Mudry and Matthew Fleming, Airflow Sciences Corporation;
     • Computational Fluid Dynamics for Cost-Effective Solutions of Problems in Complex Burner and
       Combustion Systems
         K.R. Hules and C.A. Penterson, Riley Power Inc.
     • Petroleum Coke Refueling of Underutilized Oil-Fired Assets Produces Low Cost Power
         Craig Cain-Borgman, Air Products and Chemicals Inc.
     • Effects of Blended Coals on the Furnace Performance
         Dr. Dong Kil Kim, Engr. Sung-Gju Kang, Engr. Ok Chul Yang, Engr. Young Sung Kim and Dr. John Yoon,
         Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co. Ltd.




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                                              ASME GAS TURBINE USERS SYMPOSIUM


                   The 2nd Annual
                   ASME Gas Turbine Users Symposium (GTUS):
                   The Source For Unique Gas Turbine Operating Solutions!
                   Register for ASME Gas Turbine Users Symposium to get the high-quality user-oriented content you won’t find
                   anywhere else ...
                   ...and you also get free access to the POWER-GEN International show floor and complimentary
                   daily lunches.


                                     GTUS Chair:
                                     John P. Platt, Jr.
                                     Senior Advisor, Machinery
                                     BP Exploration & Production Technology Group
                                     Houston, Texas, USA



                   “Our technical program is the absolute best of any combustion turbine user conference anywhere. The tutorials
                   and panel presentations are screened to ensure technical (vs. commercial) content. The attendees are decision-
                   makers with regard to combustion turbine issues; all of the combustion turbine OEMs are in attendance,
                   either as panelists, as exhibitors in the POWERGEN show with which GTUS is co-located, or as attendees
                   themselves.”

                   Following on the success of the inaugural stand-alone Gas Turbine Users Symposium (GTUS) in 2004, the
                   2005 symposium will provide many solutions for day-to-day challenges confronting both hands-on gas turbine
                   operators and management-level decision-makers.

                   Co-located with POWER-GEN International, but organized as an independent symposium, GTUS 2005 offers
                   updated viewpoints from industry experts on topics targeted to every sector of the gas turbine technology
                   community.


                   Program tracks focus on the real world of gas turbine selection and operation:

                   • Build/Buy It

                   • (Ab)Use It

                   • Fix It

                   • Don’t Make A Mess With It




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     ASME Gas Turbine Users Symposium Tentative Program - Sessions are subject to change                                                        GTUS attendees also have the option to register for a pre-conference workshop to be held on
                                                                                                                                                Monday, December 5:
     Session Name                                                                                                         Session Type
                                                                                                                                                Pre-Symposium Gas Turbine Workshop
     “Build/Buy It” Track                                                                                                                       Combustion Humming in Gas Turbine Based Power Plants
     Advanced Coatings ............................................................................................................Panel        Monday, December 5
     API Review for CTs and Centrifugal Compressors ..................................................................Tutorial                  8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
     CT Package Protection & Safety Systems ..............................................................................Panel/Paper           $500
     CT Introductions and Uprates ..............................................................................................Panel
     Basic Rotordynamics for CTs ................................................................................................Tutorial       Instructor:
     Heat Transfer 101 ..............................................................................................................Tutorial   Tim Lieuwen, Professor, School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
     Advanced Engine Hot Section Reliability ..............................................................................Panel
                                                                                                                                                This one day course introduces students to combustion instabilities, often referred to as “humming”. It begins
     “(Ab)Use It” Track                                                                                                                         with an overview of development and field experience with combustion instabilities, and will describe case
     CTs for Oil & Gas Applications ............................................................................................Tutorial        studies from several DLN combustors development efforts. Background is provided on the mechanisms
     Power Augmentation ..........................................................................................................Panel         responsible for the occurrence of combustion-driven oscillations. Strategies for treating dynamics problems
     Fuel, Air and Water for CTs.................................................................................................Panel          by combustor tuning are discussed. Also presented are dynamics monitoring approaches, and various issues
     Field Performance Testing....................................................................................................Panel         associated with instrumentation, data analysis and data reduction.

     “Fix It” Track                                                                                                                             Workshop Objectives:
                                                                                                                                                • Understand why humming occurs and what are the key “knobs” that affect its occurrence
     Hot Section Repairs ............................................................................................................Panel
                                                                                                                                                • Understand strategies for taking care of a humming problem
     Maintenance Agreements ...................................................................................................Panel
                                                                                                                                                • Be familiar with instrumentation options and tradeoffs for monitoring dynamics
     CT Compressor Washing ....................................................................................................Panel
                                                                                                                                                • Know how to implement and interpret dynamic data analyses procedures.
     Root Cause Failure Analysis ................................................................................................Tutorial
                                                                                                                                                Course Credit: If desired, this course can be accredited by Georgia Institute of Technology. Course participants
     “Don’t Make A Mess With It” Track
                                                                                                                                                will receive 0.8 Continuing Education Units upon completion of the training. These CEU’s are applicable toward
     Environmental Regulatory Update ........................................................................................Tutorial           Professional Engineer certification requirements in states requiring continuing education for PE registration.



     Only GTUS 2005 registrants will have access to all this:
     • Admission to GTUS concurrent sessions, Tuesday-Thursday
     • Access to the POWER-GEN International exhibition
     • Daily lunches on the exhibit floor

     Register online at www.power-gen.com
     Select the GTUS registration option under “Co-Located Conferences.”
     Contact IGTI at igti@asme.org or 404-847-0072 for more information.

     See the IGTI website for the latest details on GTUS 2005:
     www.asme.org/igti

     GTUS Event Sponsors




     GTUS Sponsorship Opportunities Available
     Contact IGTI at 404-847-0072 ext. 1647 or igtiexpo@asme.org for details



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     CO LOCATED EVENT                                                                                                                                                                 CO LOCATED EVENT

     HRSG USER’S GROUP
     Tuesday, December 6
     Managing the Chemistry Program
     No matter what water-treatment equipment is installed or what type of boiler-chemistry regimen is
                                                                                                                      AWEA Co-Located Event
     followed, a combined-cycle plant’s chemistry program must be closely managed, if the steam systems
                                                                                                                      Buoyed by the passage of the Energy Policy Act of 2005, the wind industry is expected to experience
     are to provide long, reliable service life. In contrast to most water-treatment seminars, this session focuses
                                                                                                                      significant growth in installed capacity in the United States over the next few years. To provide
     on the chemistry program, not the chemicals.
                                                                                                                      POWER-GEN attendees with an opportunity to enhance their understanding of this accelerating market
                                                                                                                      segment, the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) is hosting a special seminar on Monday, December
     9:15 ~ Best Options for Chemistry-Data Collection & Analysis
                                                                                                                      5 covering the fundamentals
              GEOFF BIGNOLD, GJB Chemistry for Power Ltd, UK
                                                                                                                      of utility-scale wind energy.
     10:00 ~ Break
                                                                                                                      Comprised of wind industry
     10:30 ~ Reducing Chemistry Swings During Frequent Startups & Shutdowns
                                                                                                                      experts from AWEA, the
              STEPHEN J. SHULDER, Constellation Energy
                                                                                                                      National Renewable Energy
     11:15 ~ Sampling and Trending of Iron Content to Track HRSG Corrosion
                                                                                                                      Laboratory, GE Energy, NRG
              BRAD BURNS, Progress Energy Carolinas Inc
                                                                                                                      Systems, PPM Energy and
     Noon ~ Lunch
                                                                                                                      Nexgen Energy, this session is
     2:00 ~ Monitoring the Locations and Extent of FAC Damage
                                                                                                                      designed for those interested
              BILL STROMAN, Primary Energy Holdings LLC
                                                                                                                      in learning about the unique
     2:45 ~ Meeting Steam-Turbine Purity Specs, From Commissioning Onward
                                                                                                                      advantages and challenges
              GEOFF BIGNOLD, GJB Chemistry for Power Ltd, UK
                                                                                                                      the industry faces, including
     3:30 ~ Session Adjourns
                                                                                                                      technology, economics, siting,
                                                                                                                      transmission and integration.
     Wednesday, December 7
     O&M Practices for Today’s Steam Plants                                                                           For more details, see page 35.
     For more than a decade, the HRSG User’s Group has provided educational events and publications on
     heat-recovery steam generators. Our members recognize, however, that steam systems outside the HRSG
     boundary—such as steam turbines, condensers, and bypass systems—are equally important as those
     inside the boundary.

     9:15 ~ Optimizing Steam Turbine and Condenser Performance
               ROBERT THRELKELD, Tenaska Lindsay Hill Generating Station
     10:00 ~ Break
     10:30 ~ Avoiding Stress-Corrosion Cracking in Steam Turbines
               KENT COLEMAN, Electric Power Research Institute (invited)
     11:15 ~ Boosting the Stability and Durability of Steam-Bypass Systems
               HENK VAN BALLEGOOYEN, Gryphon Int’l Engineering Services (invited)
     Noon ~ Lunch
     2:00 ~ Achieving Reliable Operation of Attemperation Systems
               JOSEPH H. STEINKE, CCI Control Components Inc
     2:45 ~ Steam Turbine Overhauls in the Competitive Era
               JIM HINRICHS, Pur Energy (invited)
     3:30 ~ Workshop Adjourns

     Registration to the HRSG User’s Group Fall Workshop includes access to all Power-Gen exhibits, lunches
     on the exhibition floor, and the keynote speech. For additional fees, attendees also can opt to participate
     in PowerGen’s pre-conference seminars, plant tours, golf tournament, and ALL PowerGen conference
     sessions. For more details go to: info@HRSGusers.org, or call Rob Swanekamp at 1-406-582-8655.
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     CO LOCATED EVENT                                                                                                                CAREER FAIR PAVILION


     IMPROVING THE FGD DECISION PROCESS
     Co-Located Educational and Networking Event
     Monday, December 5, 2005
                                                                                                                PennEnergyJOBS
     8:00 am – 5:00 pm                                                                                          Career Fair Pavilion
     More than 100,000 MW of power plant capacity will be retrofit with flue gas desulfurization systems in       Hosted at POWER-GEN International 2005
     the next several years to comply with state and federal regulations concerning sulfur dioxide. Thousands
     of decisions must be made correctly in order to maximize the success of an SO2 emissions reduction         While in Vegas, increase your odds and meet directly and
     program. From whether to buy allowances or install a scrubber, to the selection of the best technology     informally with some of the top power-industry employers!
     and reagents for a given application, to the most effective operation and maintenance strategies, power
     plant owners face myriad decisions with significant long-term consequences.                                 Whether you are actively looking for a new job or just interested
                                                                                                                in “seeing what else is out there”, visit the PennEnergyJOBS
     POWER-GEN International provides a unique four-day opportunity to help power professionals                 Career Fair Pavilion.
     successfully navigate the complex FGD decision process. In conjunction with the McIlvaine Company,
     POWER-GEN International is hosting a combined educational and networking seminar that will provide         The Career Fair Pavilion is set slightly off the beaten path in
     attendees with the knowledge, tools and contacts required to make informed FGD decisions. The seminar’s    order to ensure a high level of discretion and comfort for all
     first day will familiarize attendees with McIlvaine’s FGD Decision Tree process and examine a range of      attendees. Free access for all POWER-GEN attendees.
     specific timely issues:
                                                                                                                Be sure to visit www.PennEnergyJobs.com during the weeks
     • Allowance prices vs scrubber cost                                                                        prior to POWER-GEN to:
     • Preliminary testing requirements
     • Wet vs dry systems and lime vs limestone                                                                 • Review the jobs that employers are interviewing for at the
     • Circulating dry scrubbers vs spray driers                                                                   Career Fair
     • Spray towers vs sump and tray absorbers                                                                  • Apply to jobs that you are well suited for
     • Parasitic energy aspects                                                                                 • Schedule onsite interviews with exhibiting employers
     • Reagent preparation and by-product disposal
     • Wastewater treatment                                                                                     Always remember: Work Like You Mean It!
     • Ensuring component quality without excess cost
     • Materials choices                                                                                        PennEnergyJOBS is fast becoming the energy
     • Designing for reliability and easy maintenance                                                           industry’s most powerful career website

     The decision process will then be used as a basis for helping attendees organize and prioritize their      Attention industry employers:
     participation in the broader POWER-GEN event over the following three days. There will be opportunities    Limited exhibit space is still available.
     to hear speeches, visit exhibitor booths and engage in moderated informal discussions throughout the       For more information email:sales@pennenergyjobs.com
     week. The goal is for attendees to end the first day better prepared and organized not only to maximize
     the value of POWER-GEN but to establish a longer term program for more effectively reaching FGD
                                                                                                                Visit today: www.PennEnergyJobs.com
     decisions. Experts from exhibitor companies will be on hand to answer questions and participate in
     discussions,

     Attendees who are not already subscribers to the McIlvaine Company’s FGD Decisions on-line service
     will be provided with free access for one week following POWER-GEN. They also will have the option to
     apply 50% of the course fee to a yearly subscription. Registrants who are already subscribers receive
     a 50% discount from the course fee.




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         EXHIBITING INFORMATION                                                                                           2004 ATTENDEE DEMOGRAPHICS

         To Exhibit, Contact:
          Bob Lewis
          Eastern U.S., Europe, Canada, Russia
          Ph: +1-918-832-9225
          E-mail: pgiexhibit@pennwell.com

          Amy Bailie
          Western U.S., Latin America, Asia, Australia
          Ph: +1-918-831-9859
          E-mail: pgiexhibit@pennwell.com

          Cost to Exhibit:
          The space rate is US$28.00 per sq. ft. for advertisers (min. US$5,000 calendar year display
          advertising in Power Engineering to qualify. Must advertise in POWER-GEN International show issue)
          and US$32.00 per sq. ft. for non-advertisers. For corner and island booths, add US$1.00 per sq. ft.

          What You Get:
          Space starts at 10x10 units.
          1. Free exhibit floor passes to distribute to your clients and customers
          2. Discounted conference registration for your company staff
          3. Listing on the POWER-GEN International website recognizing your company as a 2005 exhibitor
          4. Event will be advertised extensively in leading industry publications including Power Engineering,
                Power Engineering International and Electric Light and Power to generate attendance
                at POWER-GEN International
          5. 30-word company listing in the official POWER-GEN International on-site show guide
          6. 8’ draped booth backdrop with 3’ side dividers (for inline booths)
          7. Single line exhibitor company identification sign
          8. Discounted exhibit space given to companies that exhibit at multiple PennWell events in the
                2005 calendar year




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                                 Maximize your company’s exposure by taking advantage of an exclusive Power
                                 Engineering advertising / POWER-GEN International exhibit package. This
                                 package provides a cost-effective way to exhibit your products at POWER-GEN
                                 and advertise in the industry’s leading power publication. Power Engineering’s
                                 circulation of more than 58,000 subscribers – in combination with POWER-GEN’s
                                 16,000 attendees – ensures a great, cost-effective way to boost visibility and
                                 increase sales.

Contact your Advertising Sales Representative now:
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            EXHIBITOR LIST                                                                                                                              ASME INTL GAS TURBINE INSTITUTE .............................................................................................. 1023
                                                                                                                                                        ASSOCIATED FIRE PROTECTION .................................................................................................... 1338
                                                                                                                                                        ASTRO PAK CORP. ......................................................................................................................... 5824
                                                                                                                                                        ATCO NOISE MANAGEMENT ....................................................................................................... 3458
     As of August 22, 2005                                                                                                                              ATLANTIC PLANT MAINTENANCE .................................................................................................. 754
     A.W. CHESTERTON CO. ................................................................................................................ 2345          ATLAS COPCO COMPRESSORS INC............................................................................................... 3465
     AAR POWER SERVICES ................................................................................................................. 4238          ATLAS MANUFACTURING CO. INC. ............................................................................................... 2460
     ABB INC........�                                                                                                                            3269   AUSTIN INDUSTRIAL INC. .............................................................................................................. 6246
     ABRASIVE-FORM, INC. .................................................................................................................. 2862        AVALOTIS CORPORATION ............................................................................................................. 4831
     ACE PRECISION MACHINING CORP. ............................................................................................. 1836                   AVIATION SERVICES, DIVISION OF ASG ........................................................................................ 5625
     ACTIVE INDUSTRIES, INC. .............................................................................................................. 5521        AVIATION, POWER & MARINE INC. ............................................................................................... 823
     ADA-ES INC. .�                                                                                                                              2059   AVTRON MANUFACTURING, INC. ................................................................................................. 3123
     ADHESIVE SERVICES COMPANY .................................................................................................... 4923                AZCO INC. ...�                                                                                                                              718
     ADVANCED BURNER TECHNOLOGIES CORP. ................................................................................. 6030                          BABCOCK & WILCOX .................................................................................................................... 4218
     ADVANCED TURBINE COMPONENTS INC. .................................................................................... 1050                         BABCOCK POWER ENVIRONMENTAL INC. .................................................................................... 3906
     AEROFAB ......�                                                                                                                             5647   BABCOCK POWER INC. ................................................................................................................ 3906
     AEROFIN CORPORATION .............................................................................................................. 3150            BABCOCK POWER SERVICES INC. ................................................................................................. 3906
     AEROTEK ENERGY SERVICES ......................................................................................................... 3065             BACHMANN DAMPJOINT INC. ..................................................................................................... 1362
     AIR HYGIENE INC. ........................................................................................................................ 637      BACHMANN INDUSTRIES, INC. ..................................................................................................... 1321
     AIR LIQUIDE - BALAZS ................................................................................................................... 7120      BALDOR ELECTRIC ......................................................................................................................... 3837
     AKER KVAERNER ........................................................................................................................... 2856     BALDWIN INC. .............................................................................................................................. 4866
     ALLEGHENY TECHNOLOGIES INC. ................................................................................................ 621                   BALTIMORE AIRCOIL/NIAGARA BLOWER CO. ............................................................................... 2449
     ALLEN GEARS ............................................................................................................................... 4927   BASIC CONCEPTS INC. ................................................................................................................. 645
     ALSTOM .......�                                                                                                                             4207   BASLER ELECTRIC........................................................................................................................... 2627
     ALTURDYNE ..�                                                                                                                               3720   BEARINGS PLUS INC. .................................................................................................................... 4810
     ALUM-TEK INDUSTRIES LTD. ........................................................................................................... 3719          BECHTEL POWER ........................................................................................................................... 4003
     AMARILLO GEAR COMPANY ......................................................................................................... 2442               BECKWITH ELECTRIC CO INC. ....................................................................................................... 3730
     AMCO ..........�                                                                                                                            4450   BEDFORD REINFORCED PLASTICS, INC. ......................................................................................... 1345
     AMERICAN ALLOY STEEL, INC. ...................................................................................................... 5537             BELCAN CORPORATION ............................................................................................................... 3762
     AMERICAN BABBITT BEARING ....................................................................................................... 5234              BELL ADDITIVES INC. ..................................................................................................................... 2659
     AMERICAN BRAZING .................................................................................................................... 5223         BENDTEC INC. .............................................................................................................................. 3049
     AMERICAN COUNCIL ON RENEWABLE ENERGY ........................................................................... 4261                              BENTLY PRESSURIZED BEARING CO. .............................................................................................. 727
     AMERICAN EFFICIENCY SERVICES LLC ........................................................................................... 5636                  BENZ AIR ENGINEERING CO. INC. ................................................................................................ 1274
     AMERICAN PULVERIZER COMPANY ............................................................................................... 6035                   BERAN INSTRUMENTS LTD ............................................................................................................. 5736
     AMERICAN RAILROAD EQUIPMENT ............................................................................................... 4361                   BERGE’S GOVERNOR SERVICE INC. .............................................................................................. 6324
     AMERICAN TANK & VESSEL INC.................................................................................................... 1448                BHS GETRIEBE INC. ....................................................................................................................... 1550
     AMERICAN WIND ENERGY ASSOCIATION .................................................................................... 4255                         BIERLEIN COMPANIES ................................................................................................................... 4812
     AMERON INT’L ............................................................................................................................. 2549    BLACK & VEATCH .......................................................................................................................... 1635
     AMETEK POWER INSTRUMENTS .................................................................................................... 3759                 BLAINE CONSTRUCTION CORP/VP BUILDINGS.............................................................................. 4344
     AMIAD FILTRATION SYSTEMS ........................................................................................................ 7306             BOC EDWARDS HIBON ................................................................................................................. 1855
     AMPCO MANUFACTURERS ........................................................................................................... 5747               BODYCOTE INC. ........................................................................................................................... 4953
     ANSALDO CALDAIE SPA ............................................................................................................... 1059           BOILER TUBE COMPANY OF AMERICA ........................................................................................... 3906
     ANSALDO ENERGIA ..................................................................................................................... 4413         BONNEY FORGE ........................................................................................................................... 1457
     APC AMERICAN POWER CONVERSION ........................................................................................ 3423                        BOSCH REXROTH CORPORATION ................................................................................................. 4247
     APEX ENGINEERING PRODUCTS CORP. ......................................................................................... 2569                     BRACKETT GREEN USA INC ........................................................................................................... 6901
     APEX PIPING SYSTEMS INC. .......................................................................................................... 3765           BRADEN MANUFACTURING .......................................................................................................... 5019
     AQUATECH INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION ................................................................................ 6900                           BRAND SCAFFOLD SERVICES INC. ................................................................................................. 659
     ARB INC........�                                                                                                                            1065   BRANDENBURG INDUSTRIAL SERVICE COMPANY .......................................................................... 3149
     ARISE GLOBAL RISK CONSULTANTS .............................................................................................. 3761                  BRUSH WELLMAN INC. ................................................................................................................. 5735
     ARMSTRONG INTERNATIONAL INC. ............................................................................................. 4051                    BRYCOAT INC. .............................................................................................................................. 6542
     ASCO POWER TECHNOLOGIES .................................................................................................... 2018                  BUFFALO PUMPS INC .................................................................................................................... 3151
     ASHLAND SPECIALTY CHEMICAL ................................................................................................... 1927                BURGESS-MANNING INC. ............................................................................................................ 3559


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     BURGMANN INDUSTRIES GMBH & CO KG .................................................................................... 3061                         COMVERGE INC. .......................................................................................................................... 4225
     BURNS & MCDONNELL ................................................................................................................. 4223           CONAX BUFFALO TECHNOLOGIES ............................................................................................... 6025
     BURNS & ROE ............................................................................................................................... 5433   CONCO SYSTEMS INC .................................................................................................................. 4202
     BUTLER HEAVY STRUCTURES .......................................................................................................... 1835            CONOCOPHILLIPS ......................................................................................................................... 6242
     BWD TURBINES LIMITED ................................................................................................................ 1450         CONSULTING - SPECIFYING ENGINEER MAGAZINE ...................................................................... 1370
     CALNETIX......�                                                                                                                             3456   CONTI GROUP, THE....................................................................................................................... 6444
     CAMFIL FARR �                                                                                                                               2565   CONTINENTAL CONTROLS CORP. ................................................................................................. 3532
     CANNON LOAD BANKS, INC. ...................................................................................................... 2520                CONTINENTAL FIELD MACHINING - VR - TESCO............................................................................ 2469
     CANOPY TECHNOLOGIES LLC ....................................................................................................... 738                CONTRACTORS CARGO COMPANY ............................................................................................. 4231
     CAPTURE 3D INC. ......................................................................................................................... 747      CONVAL, INC. .............................................................................................................................. 4305
     CASEY INDUSTRIAL INC ................................................................................................................ 765          COOLING TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE ............................................................................................. 624
     CAT PUMPS ...�                                                                                                                              618    COOLING TOWER DEPOT INC. ..................................................................................................... 4800
     CATALYTICA ENERGY SYSTEMS/SCR-TECH .................................................................................... 4439                       COOLING TOWER TECHNOLOGIES INC........................................................................................ 3047
     CATERPILLAR DEALERS - USED EQUIPMENT .................................................................................... 3124                     COOPER CAMERON VALVES ......................................................................................................... 3771
     CATERPILLAR INC. ......................................................................................................................... 3014    COOPER POWER SYSTEMS ........................................................................................................... 1230
     CC TECHNOLOGIES ...................................................................................................................... 6123        CORMETECH INC .......................................................................................................................... 5448
     CCI THERMAL TECHNOLOGIES ...................................................................................................... 1763               CORNERSTONE VALVE .................................................................................................................. 5345
     CD-ADAPCO .�                                                                                                                                2648   COSA INSTRUMENT CORP............................................................................................................. 3767
     CENTRAX GAS TURBINES (ROLLS ROYCE) ...................................................................................... 1639                     CRESTCHIC USA ............................................................................................................................ 3411
     CERAM ENVIRONMENTAL INC. ..................................................................................................... 1259                CRUCIBLE COMPACTION METALS .................................................................................................. 1972
     CERREY, SA DE CV ........................................................................................................................ 720      CUMMINS POWER GENERATION .................................................................................................. 3818
     CERTIFIED POWER SYSTEMS, INC .................................................................................................. 5821               CURRENT EDM INC ....................................................................................................................... 5046
     CESARE BONETTI SPA.................................................................................................................... 6149        CUSTOM ALLOY CORPORATION ................................................................................................... 5637
     CHAMPION ELEVATORS INC ......................................................................................................... 4825              CUSTOM MATERIALS INC. ............................................................................................................. 5335
     CHANUTE MANUFACTURING ....................................................................................................... 5247                 DALLAS AIRMOTIVE, INC. .............................................................................................................. 5330
     CHARAH INC. ............................................................................................................................... 6451   DAMPER DESIGN .......................................................................................................................... 4337
     CHARLES INDUSTRIES LTD.............................................................................................................. 3718          DAMPNEY COMPANY, INC. .......................................................................................................... 4351
     CHATTANOOGA BOILER & TANK COMPANY ................................................................................. 5842                           DATAKOM LTD. ............................................................................................................................. 1969
     CHECKERS INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS INC......................................................................................... 1062                     DEANGELO BROS INC. ................................................................................................................. 6428
     CHEMETRON FIRE SYSTEMS .......................................................................................................... 5737             DECTRON INTERNATIONALE ......................................................................................................... 5425
     CHEMTRAC SYSTEMS INC. ............................................................................................................ 6022            DEEP SEA ELECTRONICS PLC ......................................................................................................... 3018
     CHEMTREAT, INC. .......................................................................................................................... 6907    DEGREMONT �                                                                                                                                    7115
     CHICAGO BRIDGE & IRON COMPANY .......................................................................................... 3253                      DELORO STELLITE INC.................................................................................................................... 3144
     CHICAGO TUBE & IRON COMPANY .............................................................................................. 1355                    DELTAK, L.L.C. ............................................................................................................................... 4618
     CHILLICOTHE METAL CO. INC. ....................................................................................................... 2525            DEUTZ CORPORATION .................................................................................................................. 4447
     CHROMALLOY GAS TURBINE CORP. .............................................................................................. 5748                   DFT INC. .......�                                                                                                                              751
     CINCINNATI BABBITT INC. ............................................................................................................. 6325         DIESEL & GAS TURBINE WORLDWIDE ............................................................................................ 6019
     CINCINNATI THERMAL SPRAY ........................................................................................................ 4955             DIESEL RADIATOR COMPANY ........................................................................................................ 3033
     CLARK RELIANCE CORPORATION .................................................................................................. 5030                 DIRECT DRIVE SYSTEMS ................................................................................................................. 3456
     CLYDE BERGEMANN ..................................................................................................................... 3247         DONALDSON COMPANY INC ....................................................................................................... 4436
     CMI ENERGY EPTI (ERIE) ................................................................................................................ 4422       DOOSAN HEAVY INDUSTRIES & CONSTRUCTION ......................................................................... 1830
     COAL PREPARATION SOCIETY OF AMERICA .................................................................................. 6133                        DOUBLE SUMMIT........................................................................................................................... 5258
     COBEY, INC. .�                                                                                                                              2459   DRESSER INC./WAUKESHA ENGINE ............................................................................................. 1418
     COEN COMPANY INC .................................................................................................................. 5627           DRESSER RAND COMPANY ........................................................................................................... 2456
     COLISEUM ELECTRIC CORP. ........................................................................................................... 640            DUPONT COMPANY ..................................................................................................................... 5355
     COLLECTOR WELLS INTERNATIONAL INC. ..................................................................................... 5421                      DUPONT VESPEL ........................................................................................................................... 5354
     COLUMBIAN TECTANK .................................................................................................................. 1660          DUSTMASTER ENVIRO SYSTEMS .................................................................................................... 5833
     COMBUSTION PARTS INC. ............................................................................................................ 1039            DYNAGEN TECHNOLOGIES INC. .................................................................................................. 3025
     COMBUSTION SCIENCE & ENGINEERING, INC. ............................................................................ 1053                           E-A-R- SPECIALTY COMPOSITES ..................................................................................................... 865
     COMMONWEALTH DYNAMICS INC .............................................................................................. 4242                      E2TAC AT ALBANY NANOTECH .................................................................................................... 830
     COMPETITIVE ENERGY INSIGHT .................................................................................................... 4849               EASTERN INSTRUMENTS ............................................................................................................... 1233
     COMRENT INTERNATIONAL LLC .................................................................................................... 2423                EASTERN TOOLS & EQUIPMENT INC. ............................................................................................ 732


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     EASTMAN GASIFICATION SERVICES CO. ...................................................................................... 5933                       FILTRAIR ........�                                                                                                                          1762
     EATON ELECTRICAL INC. ............................................................................................................... 3218          FILTRATION GROUP INC ................................................................................................................ 1862
     EBC INDUSTRIES, ERIE BOLT CORPORATION .................................................................................. 5353                       FINCANTIERI LINEA PRODOTTI MECCANICI ................................................................................... 742
     EBTEC CORP. .�                                                                                                                               1227   FINTUBE TECHNOLOGIES .............................................................................................................. 4861
     ECLIPSE INC. .�                                                                                                                              1034   FIRE SENTRY CORPORATION ......................................................................................................... 1760
     ECOM AMERICA ........................................................................................................................... 1342       FIREYE INC. ...�                                                                                                                            2537
     EDGEN CORPORATION................................................................................................................. 4947             FISHER TANK COMPANY ............................................................................................................... 3757
     EDISON ESI ...�                                                                                                                              1451   FKI ENERGY TECHNOLOGY ........................................................................................................... 4808
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     ELLISON SURFACE TECHNOLOGIES ............................................................................................... 5065                   FLOW SAFE SUPPLY INC. ............................................................................................................... 3558
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     FFE MINERALS ............................................................................................................................... 6142   GLOBAL SAFETY SOURCES INC. .................................................................................................... 755
     FILNOR, INC. �                                                                                                                               5253   GODWIN PUMPS .......................................................................................................................... 6027


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     KEY BELLEVILLES INC. .................................................................................................................... 5923      MAGNUM PRODUCTS LLC ............................................................................................................. 2835
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     KOCKUM SONICS LLC................................................................................................................... 6144           MARATHON ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING CORP............................................................................ 2823
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     LESLIE CONTROLS INC .................................................................................................................. 4820         MID-WEST INSTRUMENT ............................................................................................................... 756
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     MAGALDI POWER ......................................................................................................................... 3611        MOST ...........�                                                                                                                            2444


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     MPW INDUSTRIAL SERVICES .......................................................................................................... 6222            PEAKER SERVICES, INC. ................................................................................................................ 5437
     MQ POWER ..�                                                                                                                                2630   PEERLESS MANUFACTURING COMPANY ....................................................................................... 4832
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     REGENCO LLC .............................................................................................................................. 734      SKY CLIMBER LLC ........................................................................................................................... 2265
     RELIABILITY MANAGEMENT GROUP .............................................................................................. 4813                    SNC-LAVALIN CONSTRUCTORS INC. ............................................................................................. 3859
     RENTECH BOILER SYSTEMS INC. .................................................................................................... 4639               SOLAR ATMOSPHERES, INC........................................................................................................... 1332
     RETUBECO, INC ............................................................................................................................ 4827     SOLAR TURBINES INCORPORATED ................................................................................................ 3011
     REVAK TURBOMACHINERY SERVICES ............................................................................................ 5750                     SOLIDIFICATION PRODUCTS INTL INC. ........................................................................................... 762
     REXNORD CORPORATION ............................................................................................................ 5827               SOR INC. ......�                                                                                                                              6433
     RICH TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL ........................................................................................... 5624                      SOUND BLAST SONIC POWER CO. LTD. ........................................................................................ 1965
     RICHARD WOLF BORESCOPES / JME TECHNOLOGIES................................................................... 626                                   SOUND TECHNOLOGIES INC. ....................................................................................................... 5653
     RICHARDS INDUSTRIES .................................................................................................................. 1353         SOUNDCOAT CO. INC.................................................................................................................. 1228
     RILEY POWER INC. ........................................................................................................................ 3906      SOUNDOWN CORPORATION ....................................................................................................... 1961
     ROBERTS & SCHAEFER COMPANY ................................................................................................. 4400                   SOUTHEASTERN MECHANICAL SERVICES...................................................................................... 2853
     ROBINSON CUSTOM ENCLOSURES .............................................................................................. 2523                      SOUTHWIRE COMPANY ................................................................................................................ 5250
     ROBINSON INDUSTRIES INC ......................................................................................................... 3162              SPECIALTY BAR PRODUCTS COMPANY .......................................................................................... 1037
     ROCKY MOUNTAIN FABRICATION................................................................................................. 1548                    SPECTRA QUEST INC. .................................................................................................................... 5539
     ROCORE .......�                                                                                                                              3430   SPECTRUM SYSTEMS, INC ............................................................................................................. 4465
     ROLLS-ROYCE ............................................................................................................................... 2115    SPIDER ..........�                                                                                                                            5044
     ROME METALS .............................................................................................................................. 5654     SPINCRAFT....�                                                                                                                                1557
     ROPER PUMP COMPANY ............................................................................................................... 745              SPRINGER CO-AX INC. .................................................................................................................. 5825
     ROVSING DYNAMICS INC. ........................................................................................................... 6042              SPX PROCESS EQUIPMENT ............................................................................................................ 6426
     ROXTEC INC. �                                                                                                                                6425   SSP INSTRUMENTATION ................................................................................................................ 2462
     RUD CHAIN INC ............................................................................................................................ 2557     SSS CLUTCH COMPANY INC ......................................................................................................... 4227
     RUSSELECTRIC ............................................................................................................................... 2035   ST. LOUIS METALLIZING CO. .......................................................................................................... 5144
     RUST-OLEUM INDUSTRIAL BRANDS ................................................................................................ 2568                  STAGE 8 LOCKING FASTENERS ..................................................................................................... 6122
     S&B ENGINEERS AND CONSTRUCTORS ........................................................................................ 2249                        STANADYNE CORP. ....................................................................................................................... 1232
     S.G. MARINO CRANE ................................................................................................................... 3055          STANLEY CONSULTANTS, INC. ...................................................................................................... 4433
     SAFT AMERICA INC....................................................................................................................... 3625        STARTCO ENGINEERING LTD ......................................................................................................... 6225
     SAFWAY SERVICES INC. ................................................................................................................ L102          STEEL & ALLOY UTILITY PRODUCTS INC. ......................................................................................... 5840
     SANDMEYER STEEL COMPANY ...................................................................................................... 5426                 STEMAC........�                                                                                                                               3438
     SANDVIK MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY ............................................................................................. 5733                     STERLING DEAERATOR COMPANY ................................................................................................ 2544
     SCANIVALVE CORP. ....................................................................................................................... 3760       STEULER ANLAGENBAU GMBH & CO. KG ..................................................................................... 2439
     SCFM COMPRESSION SYSTEMS INC. ............................................................................................ 3469                     STI TECHNOLOGIES, INC............................................................................................................... 1325
     SCHENCK BALANCING & DIAGNOSITC SYSTEMS ......................................................................... 2551                               STOCK EQUIPMENT COMPANY ..................................................................................................... 4642
     SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES INC. ......................................................................... 5232                             STORK H & E TURBO BLADING ...................................................................................................... 5731
     SCOTT PROCESS SYSTEMS INC. .................................................................................................... 5442                STORK MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY ................................................................................................... 1549
     SCOTT SPECIALTY GASES INC ....................................................................................................... 2559              STORK THERMAL TREATMENT SERVICES ........................................................................................ 5333
     SCREENING SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL, INC. ................................................................................ 6909                         SUD-CHEMIE INC. ......................................................................................................................... 3633
     SDMO INDUSTRIES ........................................................................................................................ 4836       SULZER CHEMTECH ....................................................................................................................... 3148


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     SUNBELT RENTALS ......................................................................................................................... 1422      TORQ|LITE - DIVISION OF FRANCIS SERVICES INC. ....................................................................... 1771
     SUNCOAST HEAT TREAT INC. ........................................................................................................ 5356              TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION .................................................................................... 4442
     SUPER RADIATOR COILS ................................................................................................................ 1236          TRADEWINDS POWER CORP. ........................................................................................................ 3035
     SUPERBOLT, INC ............................................................................................................................ 5227    TRAILER TRANSIT INC. ................................................................................................................... 1249
     SUPERIOR INTERLOCK CORP. ......................................................................................................... 4357             TRAMONT CORPORATION ............................................................................................................ 2227
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     SYNAGRO ....�                                                                                                                                7121   TRANSFORMER PROTECTOR CORP. (TCP) ....................................................................................... 1269
     T.D. WILLIAMSON INC................................................................................................................... 6347         TRANSFLUID LLC ............................................................................................................................ 6338
     TDC FILTER ....�                                                                                                                             1239   TRAX .............�                                                                                                                           6439
     TEAM INDUSTRIAL SERVICES INC. ................................................................................................. 1042                TRC COMPANIES INC. ................................................................................................................... 3655
     TEAM INDUSTRIES, INC. ................................................................................................................ 4204         TRI TOOL, INC. .............................................................................................................................. 1427
     TECH PRODUCTS CORPORATION .................................................................................................. 2562                   TRI TRANSMISSION AND BEARING CORP. ..................................................................................... 4814
     TECH SOLUTIONS INTERNATIONAL GROUP LLC............................................................................. 2535                            TRINITY INDUSTRIES INC. .............................................................................................................. 4457
     TECHINOMICS INC. ...................................................................................................................... 5938        TRINITY STRUCTURAL TOWERS INC. .............................................................................................. 3862
     TECHNICON INDUSTRIES INC. ...................................................................................................... 3023               TRINITY TURBINE TECHNOLOGY .................................................................................................... 5424
     TECHNOS CORPORATION FAN SERVICES ..................................................................................... 665                          TRIPLE CROWN PRODUCTS, INC. .................................................................................................. 4951
     TECT CORP. ...�                                                                                                                              853    TRITON POWER ............................................................................................................................ 2818
     TEi - STRUTHERS WELLS ................................................................................................................. 3906        TRIUMPH .......�                                                                                                                              1359
     TEi CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC. ............................................................................................. 3906                  TRS INC. .......�                                                                                                                             5453
     TEi STRUTHERS SERVICES ............................................................................................................... 3906         TRYSTAR CABLES - BRIDGEWATER TECH ......................................................................................... 739
     TEKNOCRAFT INC. ........................................................................................................................ 2567       TSURUMI PUMP ............................................................................................................................. 1761
     TEKNOTES TECHNOLOGICAL PLANTS INC. ................................................................................... 4453                         TURBINE AIR SYSTEMS................................................................................................................... 4645
     TELEDYNE MONITOR LABS ............................................................................................................ 2662             TURBINE DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES INC. ........................................................................................... 4045
     TEREX LIGHT CONSTRUCTION ....................................................................................................... 2130               TURBINE INLET COOLING ASSOCIATION....................................................................................... 5646
     TERRA ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES .................................................................................... 639                           TURBO PARTS LLC .......................................................................................................................... 3653
     TESTEX INC. ..�                                                                                                                              6043   TURBOCARE ..�                                                                                                                                 3706
     TESTO, INC. ..�                                                                                                                              3157   TURBOMACHINERY INTERNATIONAL............................................................................................. 6143
     TEXAS OILTECH LABORATORIES, INC. ............................................................................................ 1955                  TURNER BROS CO. ........................................................................................................................ 2467
     TGM DIGITAL INC. ......................................................................................................................... 4847     TURNER ENVIROLOGIC INC. ......................................................................................................... 4965
     THE ATLANTIC GROUP .................................................................................................................. 1323          TYCO FLOW CONTROL ................................................................................................................. 4621
     THE GUND COMPANY .................................................................................................................. 6245            U.S. DEPT. OF ENERGY, OFFICE OF CLEAN COAL .......................................................................... 5939
     THE KEITH COMPANIES/UNIVERSAL ENERGY ................................................................................ 3165                          U.S. METALS INC. .......................................................................................................................... 2962
     THE PIC COMPANIES ..................................................................................................................... 5035        UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES INC ............................................................................................. 5328
     THE STELLAR GROUP ..................................................................................................................... 2865        UNI-FORM COMPONENTS COMPANY .......................................................................................... 5635
     THERMA-FLITE ............................................................................................................................... 6033   UNIFRAX CORP. ............................................................................................................................ 6236
     THERMAL CERAMICS ..................................................................................................................... 4856         UNION TECH CO. INC. ................................................................................................................. 5726
     THERMAL ENGINEERING INTERNATIONAL (USA) INC. ................................................................... 3906                               UNISORB, INC. ............................................................................................................................. 3159
     THERMAL STRUCTRURES ................................................................................................................ 2056           UNITED BROTHERHOOD OF CARPENTERS ..................................................................................... 5245
     THERMOFLOW INC ....................................................................................................................... 3147         UNITED CONVEYOR CORPORATION ............................................................................................. 5230
     THIELSCH ENGINEERING, INC. ...................................................................................................... 4823              UNIVERSAL PLANT SERVICES INC. ................................................................................................. 5321
     THINK ENERGY GROUP ................................................................................................................. 753            UNIVERSAL SILENCER .................................................................................................................... 1218
     THOMAS C. WILSON, INC. ........................................................................................................... 5724             US-SAUDI ARABIAN BUSINESS COUNCIL ...................................................................................... 3155
     THOMSON SCIENTIFIC .................................................................................................................. 5522          USFILTER .......�                                                                                                                             1925
     THOMSON TECHNOLOGY ............................................................................................................ 2823                UTILITY ENGINEERING CORPORATION .......................................................................................... 4600
     THYSSENKRUPP VDM USA, INC. .................................................................................................... 1050                VALVTECHNOLOGIES, INC. ........................................................................................................... 5049
     TIC- THE INDUSTRIAL COMPANY ................................................................................................... 3453                VEGAS FASTENER MANUFACTURING ........................................................................................... 5648
     TIOGA PIPE SUPPLY COMPANY INC ............................................................................................... 4330                  VELAN VALVE CORPORATION ....................................................................................................... 4430
     TITAN CONTRACTING & LEASING CO. INC. .................................................................................. 1663                        VESTAS .........�                                                                                                                             3242
     TLT-BABCOCK INC ......................................................................................................................... 5642      VIBRO-METER INC ......................................................................................................................... 4250
     TM4 ..............�                                                                                                                          2528   VICTAULIC COMPANY ................................................................................................................... 4932
                                                                                                                                                         VMC - KORFUND .......................................................................................................................... 3132

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     VOGT POWER INTERNATIONAL INC. ............................................................................................ 3906
     VOITH TURBO INC. ....................................................................................................................... 5236
     VOLVO PENTA .............................................................................................................................. 2623
     VOONER FLOGARD / CUNSYSTEM ............................................................................................... 7001
     VYCON ........�                                                                                                                               3456
     W. A. BENJAMIN ELECTRIC CO. .................................................................................................... 3626
     WACKER CORPORATION .............................................................................................................. 3834
     WAHLCO INC. .............................................................................................................................. 3662
     WAHLCOMETROFLEX INC. ............................................................................................................ 4339
     WALL COLMONOY CORP. ............................................................................................................. 625
     WALTERS POWER INTERNATIONAL ............................................................................................... 651
     WALWORTH .�                                                                                                                                   3674
     WARE ...........�                                                                                                                             2465
     WARTSILA NORTH AMERICA INC. ................................................................................................. 1056
     WASHINGTON GROUP INT’L, INC. ................................................................................................ 5025
     WEARTECH SOLUTIONS ................................................................................................................ 5323
     WEED INSTRUMENT COMPANY .................................................................................................... 1330
     WEG ELECTRIC MOTORS ............................................................................................................... 6227
     WEIR VALVE & CONTROLS ............................................................................................................ 1327
     WELLONS WATER TECHNOLOGY LLC ............................................................................................ 5626
     WESCHLER INSTRUMENTS............................................................................................................. 4233
     WESTECH ENGINEERING .............................................................................................................. 6927
     WESTFALIA SEPARATOR INC.......................................................................................................... 3460
     WESTON AEROSPACE .................................................................................................................. 5525
     WESTON BODY HARDWARE LIMITED ............................................................................................ 3433
     WHEELABRATOR AIR POLLUTION CONTROL, INC. ......................................................................... 2642
     WHITTAKER CONTROLS INC.......................................................................................................... 1243
     WILLIAMS FORM ENGINEERING CORP .......................................................................................... 5254
     WINCHESTER INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS ........................................................................................... 5753
     WINSTED CORPORATION ............................................................................................................. 4257
     WIROMET S.A. Zakłady Mechaniczne ............................................................................................. 4862
     WOOD GROUP ............................................................................................................................ 4613
     WOODWARD ............................................................................................................................... 4418
     WORLEYPARSONS ........................................................................................................................ 4648
     WRIGHT TOOL COMPANY ............................................................................................................ 1365
     WYOMING BUSINESS COUNCIL ................................................................................................... 6124
     X-R-I TESTING ............................................................................................................................... 5655
     YANMAR AMERICA CORPORATION .............................................................................................. 2838
     YATES CONSTRUCTION ................................................................................................................. 1853
     YOKOGAWA CORPORATION OF AMERICA................................................................................... 1027
     YOUNG TOUCHSTONE ................................................................................................................. 2827
     YUBA HEAT TRANSFER .................................................................................................................. 2542
     ZAPP USA .....�                                                                                                                               1962
     ZENITH POWER PRODUCTS LLC/ZENITH FUEL SYSTEMS LLC ........................................................... 1653
     ZENON ENVIRONMENTAL INC. .................................................................................................... 6921
     ZF PADOVA SPA ............................................................................................................................ 3665
     ZMI/PORTEC CHEMICAL PROCESSING GROUP .............................................................................. 5746
     ZOK INTERNATIONAL GROUP LIMITED .......................................................................................... 1935
     ZOLO TECHNOLOGIES.................................................................................................................. 5836




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                                 POWER-GEN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2005                                                                                                                                                                                     POWER-GEN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2005
                                                 LAS VEGAS, NV - SANDS EXPO - DECEMBER 6-8, 2005                                                                                                                                                                             LAS VEGAS, NV - SANDS EXPO - DECEMBER 6-8, 2005
                                             CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM                                                                                                                                                                                                CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM
Please print:                                                                                                                                                                                                                   2. Competitive Power College (CPC)                                                                  3. Technical Tours - Includes transportation (Space Limited)
First Name __________________________________________________ Last Name ________________________________________________                                                                                                        - Pre-conference courses, Sunday, Monday, December 4 & 5, 2005, 8:00                                   Apex Station/Silverhawk Plant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Registration fee for full day courses includes lunch, coffee                         Hoover Dam Special Tour AM (cut off 11/18) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$50
Title ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________                                                                                                       breaks, certification of completion & workbook. Half-day courses do not                                 Hoover Dam Special Tour PM (cut off 11/18) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$50
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                include lunch.)
Organization ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Address 1 __________________________________________________ Address 2 _________________________________________________
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Full Day Courses- Sunday, December 4, 2005, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.                                   4. Golf Tournament
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   CPC101 Fire Protection and Prevention for Coal Handling                                          - Monday, December 5, 2005
City ________________________________________________________ State _______ Zip __________________________________________
                                                                           _                                                                                                                                                              Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$500         Desert Pines Golf Course - includes green fees, golf cart, range balls, conti-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   CPC102 Coordinated Boiler Turbine Control Strategies for Utility                                 nental breakfast, box lunch, & transportation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$150
Country __________________________________________________________________ Postal Code __________________________________
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Generating Plants. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$500
* Telephone _________________________________________________ *Fax _____________________________________________________                                                                                                           CPC103 Selective Catalytic Reduction: From Planning                                              5. Networking Reception
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          to Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$500      - Wednesday, December 7, 2005, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
E-mail _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   CPC104 Outsourcing, Operation and Maintenance of High Purity                                        Tao Asian Bistro / Venetian Canal Shops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$30
*Please include country and city code                                              Registration confirmation will be sent via e-mail, if an unique e-mail address is provided above.                                                        Water Treatment Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$500

  Do you want to receive (continue receiving) FREE issues of Power Engineering?                                                         YES                  NO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   CPC105 Bolting Basics (offsite-transportation provider) . . . . . . . . . . $250                 6. POWER-GEN Networking Breakfasts
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   CPC301 Fundamentals of Generator Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $500                   - Organized by topic of interest
  Your title ________________________________________ Your Signature ________________________________________ Date __________                                                                                                      CPC302 Mercury Measurement, Transformation, Speciation and                                          Wednesday, December 7, 2005, 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . .$45
  You may receive renewal reminders and information about POWER-GEN International via e-mail. If you do not wish to receive other                                                                                                         Control in Coal-Fired Power Plants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $500                    (Topics: Plant Operations and Maintenance, Gas Turbines, Distributed
  business-related third party email offers from PennWell, please check here.                                                                                                                                                      CPC303 Guidelines for Solving Ash Deposition Problems in                                             Generation and Onsite Power, Power Industry Trends and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Utility Boilers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $500        Environmental Issues)
TYPE OF COMPANY OR ORGANIZATION                                        Business functions, product or service the company performs, NOT the industry it targets.                                                                   CPC304 Electrostatic Precipitation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $500           Thursday, December 8, 2005, 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . .$45
 01      Investor-Owned Electric Utility                               28      Chemicals and Allied Products                                     89     Consulting Firms including Architects/                                     CPC305 Utility Asset Management Using Advanced Technology . . . $500                                (Topics: Renewable Energy, Power Industry Trends, Competitive Power
 02      Municipal Electric Utility                                    34      Fabricated Metal Products, Primary Metals &                              Engineers, Design & Construction Compaines                                                                                                                                      Generation, Fossil Technologies and HRSG’s)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   CPC306 Fundamentals of Wind . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $275
 03      Rural Electric or Other Electric Cooperative                          Mining                                                                   and Consultants
 04      Other Public Electric Utility, including Federal,             35      Machinery including Electrical & Electronic                       19     Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   CPC307 Bolt Tensioning Systems (offsite-transportation provider) . . . $250                      7. Conference Papers Only
         State or District                                             39      Other industries (including Textile Mills, Coal &                 25     IT & Software Solution Providers                                                                                                                                            (if unable to attend conference)
 09      Independent Power Co., Unregulated Utility                            Petroleum Products, Rubber & Leather, Stone,                      98     Other (describe) _______________________                                Two-Day Courses - December 4-5, 2005, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         POWER-GEN International ‘05 CD-ROM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$195
         Subsidiary, Cogenerator or Small Power                                Clay, Glass and Food & Kindred Products)                                                                                                            CPC201 Power Plant Construction Management - A Guide
         Producer                                                      94      Institutional Power Plants plus Service and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          to Survival . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$850
 26      Pulp & Paper                                                          Commercial Establishments
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   CPC202 Business Finance for Power Generation Professionals . . . . . .$850
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    8. Co-Located Event Upgrades
JOB FUNCTION                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        (upgrade requires POWER-GEN International conference registration)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   CPC203 Reliability-Centered Maintenance: Gateway to World Class
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ASME Gas Turbine Users Symposium (GTUS) Upgrade . . . . . . . . . . .$200
 02      General or Corporate Management                               07      Other Engineering                                                 11     Other Operations                                                                  Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$900
 04      Engineering Management                                        08      Operations Management                                             98     Other (describe) _______________________                                                                                                                                       HRSG Users Group Steam Plant Workshop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$200
 06      Engineering including Design, Systems                         10      Operations, including Maintenance                                                                                                                Half-day Courses - Monday, December 5, 2005, 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
         and Planning
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   CPC401 Valve Actuator Safety Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$300

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Direct +1-918-831-9161

WEB:
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